The bronze of ‘Jennifleur’ is finally ready. Time to turn the studio into a photography studio. There is quite an art to snapping sculpture – I am still learning what to do and what not to do. Essentials are: no flash, plain background, plenty of time and knowing how to use your camera. Pity I haven’t quite mastered the latter. I always do the photographing in several sessions. This means there is time to review photos and re-shoot the following day if necessary. I am finding that the lighting I have is too poor for the relatively dark bronze. I end up with the bright lights on, removing some of the more interesting shadows. But these will have to do for now. Using Photoshop Elements I edit the background to black, for more contrast. My resolutions? Buy a new camera, learn how to use it and learn how to use Photoshop. Then take some more photos of ‘Jennifleur’.