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Writing a Sewing Diary

Writing a Sewing Diary

A sewing diary gives a fascinating look into the creative process of making costumes. Lisha explains how to chart progress and share accomplishments with others.

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Photographing Garments in the Studio

Photographing Garments in the Studio

You’ve spent a lot of time designing and constructing a knockout garment; you deserve a decent record of it. Joanne shows how to photograph costumes. 

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Photographing Costumes

Photographing Costumes

Do your photos do your work justice? Here are the tips and advice that will help make your costume photos as good as they can be.

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Taking Great Museum Photos

Taking Great Museum Photos

Memory is fallible, so if you get a chance to photograph a museum collection, do it! Here are Marion's tips for great pictures in museums. 

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Viona Ielegems

Viona Ielegems

Costuming projects tend to fall, more or less, into one of two categories: there are those projects in which we strive for historical accuracy and detailed facts, and there are those in which we depart on a tangent, using our own ideas to create a personal but fictional vision.

Neither is a less worthy pursuit than the other, but the fictional is often dismissed as sloppy or simply wrong. Extraordinary Belgian artist Viona Ielegems is here to show us otherwise. Her work demonstrates the enormous value in playing with fact to create a compelling and beautiful fiction...

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