Sunny Day=Photos Day

Yesterday the sun finally came out. I swear it’s been a full week since that happened. I have committed to only shooting mom’s art underneath natural sunlight with my Nikon DSLR. So that means I have to wait until conditions are just right. Currently that means about 9 AM on a fully sunny morning.

Yesterday I was able to take hi resolution photos of 12 canvasses! Considering that there are only three of her Angel Paintings on here so far, that’s a huge boost.

I will be editing them all very soon and uploading them as soon as possible. After ordering so many test prints now from Fotomoto’s printer…Bay Photo Lab…I feel confident that the quality of printing is superb.

When I open the packages of test runs I swear that my jaw drops. The quality is that good. It’s really nice to think that people are receiving such great art that meant so much to my mom to create.

In my last post I shared the proof copies of Bountiful Rest and Angel Sisters. In this post I will share just a basic shot of the test prints, held up in a spot of sunlight here at home. Shot with my very average quality cell phone camera…

bothBountiful Rest on the Left…Angel Sisters on the right.

Both of these can be ordered now 🙂

Published by PHYLLIS MORRIS ART

Phyllis Morris passed away at the age of 76 on October 21st, 2020. At the end of her life she had early onset dementia, Stage 4 cancer in her spine and also in her brain. During her last months she began painting with pastels daily. This art is now for sale with the proceeds going to her favorite group, the Christian Community, which is based on the work of Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy.

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