Texas Heritage, Winter 1985 Page: 36

* Photography Documentation

Photography is an excellent way to
document your paintings.
Frontal lighting take photos of the
front, the back and detailed shots of
the condition.
Raking light, using a light source on
one side only, will show deformations
and flaking paint in "relief"
Transmitted light, using a light source
at the back of the painting, will show
losses.
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