HI all I was wondering what is the best practice for copying your art to digital so you can make prints to sell?

I have been photographong my work and sending it to a printer, cause much of my work is too large to scan on my small flatbed scanner, and i am afraid that it will be to costly to have it done professionally cause it needs to be scanned in tot parts.

any advice, or how do you create your prints?

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Hi,  I photograph my work to send to printer.  I think maybe doing some practice in photographing your work and then send to a printer I use http://www.bigphotohelp.com and they print the photos but will recommend if the print is to small for the size you want.  I have never scanned in a print just did a photograph.  I sell prints from my photography all the time.  It doesn't have to be an expensive camera it can be a point and shoot.  All camera now have enough pixels to make clear prints from.  Also not using the flash to take the picture but in a well lit room.

Great tip, Cheri!

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