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Use two studio strobes or floods, one on each side of the camera at approximately 45° angle to the artwork on a matt black wall, Polarize the light from your Light source with polarizing Gell filters clamped in front of the light right up against of light hood so that all the light emitted passes through the filters. Both filters will have to be ...
In a naturally side-lighted room (lights through windows) under a clean white ceiling, laying down the glass framed painting on the floor then used a selfie stick mounted cell phone (in my case an iPhone SE) to take a picture. Slight imperfections such as straightness can be adjusted by Aviary app (free from Apple store).
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