I have copied the "full frontal" from Felicity, which is just fabulous. Okay. Finished.
My Colorbox quilt no longer lives at my house and I miss it. It is getting ready for the charity auction next weekend. In the meantime, I had some professional
It is a very interesting process. I have had all my charity quilts photographed. Since I don't get to keep them after spending so much time with them, it is a nice to have a decent photograph. And the quilts are usually so large that there is nowhere in our
house large enough to do a decent job of photographing them.
Remember the days of actual film cameras? This is the fifth quilt that Aaron has photographed for me over a ten-year timespan. And with the first quilt I'm pretty sure the camera had actual film. Then of course he transitioned to high-end digital cameras and photoshop. But he still actually stood behind the camera to take the photos.
Not this time. Yes, there was a camera. Here it is.
And here is the Aaron, doing his job as a photographer.
This is the picture I took of the quilt (unretouched):
This is the professional version:
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