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Good point, Bruce. The polarized lights aren't so important on the  
fabric.
-Lynette
On Apr 1, 2015, at 9:57 AM, Bruce Bartrug wrote:

> If the subject to be photographed is cloth, almost any portrait  
> photographer would already have the lights needed.  If the subject  
> is artwork you'd need to look for someone who knows how to take that  
> type photo.  It's no big deal, it just requires polarization of the  
> light source as well as the camera lens.
>
> b
>
> On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 11:49 AM, Lynette Cook  
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Bruce,
>
> Excellent suggestions - thank you! I'll check out the links. A  
> neighborhood service might work too. I'll ask my mom to go through  
> her yellow pages and see what turns up.
>
> Lynette
>
> On Apr 1, 2015, at 8:33 AM, Bruce Bartrug wrote:
>
>> Lynette,
>>
>> Here's a findaphotographer service of the American Society of Media  
>> Photographers:  http://findaphotographer.org/.
>>
>> There are others, such as:  www.dc-photographers-resource.com/
>>
>> I also suspect a smallish neighborhood portrait or wedding service  
>> might provide the photography you need for a lower cost, especially  
>> if there would be continuing work in the future, and if your mother  
>> would be bringing the work to the photographer.  I'd suggest  
>> searching near your mother's residence for a local photographer  
>> first and send a short email specifying your needs.
>>
>> Best of luck,
>> Bruce


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