Digitizing original drawings, help needed.

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TacticDesigns
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Re: Digitizing original drawings, help needed.

Norm Neely wrote:

VintageGibson wrote:

I feel that the photographic method would give me more control if I can sort
out the uneven exposure

You might consider:

copy stand:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/4224-REG/Beseler_4200_CS_14_Copystand.html/qa

Instead of an expensive copy stand . . . would this be possible by putting the artwork on the wall and putting your camera on a tripod (or simply putting it on a bunch of books resting on top of a desk?)

Or google copy stand, Use Home Depot lamps for lighting.

Has anyone tried this with regular lightbulbs in two lamps placed on either side of the artwork?

A long time ago I bought a "full spectrum" light bulb. (I read somewhere that it woke you up better than the warmer lighting.)

Wondering if that could be a cheap light source?

OP: Do you have an off camera flash unit?

Take care & Happy Shooting!

focusing rail:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/554343-REG/Manfrotto_454_454_Micrometric_Positioning_Sliding.html?sts=pi&pim=Y

camera remote switch also camera mirror lockup.

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