• Welcome back

    We are glad to announce that the site is now back online, having been out of action for several weeks due to attempts to compromise site security.
    The site administrator, Barbara LeBlanc, is also back online having been out of action for a while.

  • Registering new artists

    For the time being, please use the standard contact form to register interest to display your art on the site. It is, of course, free of charge, but for technical security reasons, we are unable to allow users to self-register.
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Set up the camera on a tripod in front of the work and focus on the picture's centre..  it is preferable if the painting is on a stand or easel to give equal height.

Place lights of equal strength and at the same distance apart (giving a 45 degree angle) on either side and direct onto the painting to eliminate flash reflections.

You may have a steady hand but the tripod or even a pile of books will work better for you.

Overhead pictures - works on small paintings best.

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  • Boscastle Cornwall
  • The forsaken