Yesterday I spent the day photographing some of the new work. I am trying an idea a friend suggested and doing the shots outside. I set up John's old easel, place a large panel on it and using magnets attach the work. I put the easel with it's back to the sun and seemed to get the best light between 9 - 10.30 am. In the past I have found any of my work with encaustic a nightmare to shoot well. There are always glare spots and reflections, and while these are better, they aren't there yet. So, please, any one with any suggestions I would really appreciate it.
Tulips detail for Val so she can see how encaustic looks on photos