Which I did iron - promise - but you can still see a few creases.
Photography is the bane of my artistic life. I really struggle to take decent photographs of my work. But I had to take a passable photo of a lampshade for an Open Studio application and so needed to try and crack it.
My current studio is a conservatory off my bedroom. It is a lovely space (although a bit too cold and unwelcoming in the middle of winter to venture in there on a dark evening when the sofa just looks too cosy). It is a lovely size. I might even take a photo for you since it is currently looking reasonably tidy- because I am usually such a messy worker! And one by product of the photo shoot was that I had to tidy up and consequently currently have a tidy space (well, relatively!).
If the sun is not blaring down, the conservatory has good natural daylight and this was what I wanted to capture for my little photo session.
But no blank walls, hence the white sheet rigged up to create a back drop.
Overall, I am quite pleased. Certainly the best photos of lampshades I have ever managed. But I don't think the white sheet really cuts the mustard. I just could not get those creases out. Perhaps I need to invest in some sort of 'white box' or roll of white nylon.
How do other people manage to take decent photos?