I'd like to photograph some paintings so that the photos can be used to make giclée prints. Any tips to getting the truest color? I heard that with regular film, a long exposure gives you the truest color. However, I think I read somewhere (can't remember where) that in digital, long exposures actually can give you less-than-true color. Anything else I should keep in mind?
Also — these paintings are NOT behind glass. They are currently unframed. Most of what I've seen on the web has been advice for paintings that are behind glass. Thanks in advance!