Bossmen Cultural Relics Shooting Professional Services

Our professional photography team provides you with high-quality cultural relic photography professional services. Professional cultural relic photography emphasizes the arrangement of cultural relics, clear edge outline, correct color tone, and reduction of image distortion of cultural relics as the basic requirements of cultural relic photography. The main points of cultural relics photography are:

  1. Planning the shooting location: reduce the risk of damage to cultural relics and avoid the interference of moving lines.
  2. Building the photography platform and equipment: Check whether the photography platform and equipment are stable.
  3. Move the cultural relics to the photography platform: You can arrange the moving order according to the size and type of the cultural relics.
  4. Assess whether to perform preliminary artifact cleaning based on on-site conditions: Use a soft wool brush, rubber blowing ball or vacuum cleaner to remove dust from the artifact surface.
  5. Camera function settings and adjustments: Set shooting mode, ISO value, white balance, aperture shutter, focus mode.
  6. Take test shots and inspect images: check color temperature, exposure, whether dust or foreign objects affect the imaging of cultural relics, and whether the imaging of cultural relics is clear and free of distortion.
  7. Lighting adjustment: The lights are erected on the left and right sides of the front of the studio, at 45 degrees to the cultural relics, and about 20 cm higher than the cultural relics, so as to reduce the interference of the light source.
  8. Placement of the color chips/scale bars: The color chips/scale bars should be placed on the side of the cultural relics, not to cover the cultural relics, and should be kept parallel to the lens when shooting.
  9. Photography angles and details: Record multi-angle images of cultural relics as much as possible according to the condition of the cultural relics, such as side view, top view, 45-degree angle, bottom surface of the object, and partial images.