I’m hoping someone here has experience with how to capture watercolor paintings into digital files for sharing online. Have tried my phone (a disaster), scanners in the office (too small and limited file format options) and a larger format scanner at the library (resolution is relatively low). How do you all capture imagines done on paper as documents housed on your computers?
Yeah, I had the same complaints early on as I never liked the way the colors looked when I took photos with my phone. I finally found a scanner that I love. Here’s a link to it – https://doodlewash.com/shop/recommended-products/recommended-art-supplies/epson-perfection-v600-scanner/ – It’s actually not the most current model, because this one has a feature that removes the paper texture, if needed. This is something I use since I make illustrations and not paintings. But the scanner gets the colors just right, so I adore it!
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