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Flat Copies And Objects

  • Photograph from the Royal Liverpool Golf Club - Mr Thompson 1956
  • Copy from the Royal Liverpool Golf Club -  score card 1930

Prints, documents and objects



Copying items goes way back and was one of the earliest uses of phootgraphy.

One of my first exercises at college using a 4x5" plate camera was to copy a black and white print.

In a professional environment I can not remember how many copies of paintings, drawings, statues and furniture I made when working for Sothebys but it will have run into many thousands.

Flat copies are produced using a copy lens (flat field of view) mounted on a digital camera. The item to be copied is copied in a controlled environment using calibrated lighting and control strips to insure accurate rendition.

This service can be conducted on site or in a studio.


The examples below are from an archive I created of all of the assets from The Royal Liverpool Golf Clubs history which included paintings, drawings, memorabilia and other objects.



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