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Set photos showing capture of image tiles for Arlene Mead painting for 30-foot print for elevator installation.

How to Exhibit Artwork Online

The world has changed for just about everyone. In the past, artists would exhibit their work in galleries and museums, providing a visual treat for all those people who would jam together in one space to experience the work. However, that may not be possible for the foreseeable future. To continue exhibiting artworks, we are all much more dependent on quality photography of the objects so that the work can be enjoyed in virtual exhibitions….

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Safely transporting your artwork

It’s easy and oh so important to protect your artwork while transporting it. As I roll out the “curbside service” practices for studio photography at The Scientific Photographer, it seems important to stress the best practices for transporting art, antique and other valuable objects. For flat art objects, consider getting an adjustable box, often referred to as a “TV” or “mirror” moving box. These flat boxes are two-piece boxes that slide together (telescope) to accommodate…

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Curbside Drop Off

No-touch Photography Service – Our new, no-contact “curbside service” allows us to follow social distancing recommendations and remain safe. We’ll even communicate about your project and scheduling via email or phone – so really – no touching! Bringing objects to the studio to be photographed will operate much like restaurant take-out – except it won’t satisfy your hunger 😉 At your scheduled time, simply drive up to the studio door and I’ll remove the objects…

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Adapting to these new times

On the plus side, most artists can engage in their creative endeavors in the solitude of their studios, homes or outdoor locations. On the minus side, exhibiting artwork has changed considerably. Currently, museums and galleries are closed to avoid large public gatherings. Many have shifted to “virtual exhibitions.” We are all shifting how we work and enjoy art, and those changes will likely continue for some time into the future. With the rapid increase in…

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Who We Are / What We Do

Scott Miles is the owner and primary media producer serving museums, private collectors, artists, researchers and others by providing photography of art and historical artifacts, architectural and historical sites, and video production of stories of artists and history.   Specialized in-studio, on-site and on-demand services include: Digital image capture and image processing of collection objects for museums and private collectors Scientific photography techniques (multispectral imaging, high-speed video capture, photomicrography, macro-photography, stop-action photography advanced lighting methods;…

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