At Panopticon we work directly with many mixed media artists, painters, and watercolorists. Depending upon your medium we have many ways of capturing your artwork for reproduction.
We recently received and image from the Hingham Historical Society for photographing. This image is an original oil painting titled "Marsh Homestead". The original date of production and artist are unknown.
Chris, one of our Digital Techs, went to work meticulously adjusting lighting to create the ideal conditions for capturing the image. Then begins the process of color matching. We will create as many test strips to ensure the color is exact.
We work our way from the test strips adjusting the color and contrast to the final file. From the finished digital file the client now has a high quality digital representation of their work as well as the option to make an edition of archival pigment prints. At Panopticon we try to give each piece of artwork the same amount of time and attention that the artist put into the original.