Looking through my old photo albums of artwork is bittersweet. I'm glad I documented my work from the past ten years, but most of the images that were too big to scan are sub-par. Pretty much everything I have a photo of from Pre-2k was shot on a FunSaver camera, at a horrible angle to avoid flash burns. Really only good for me to remember the art, no publisher would go near those photos. In the past few years I got better with my archives, but still not good enough. So, a couple of weeks ago I decided to step my game up. I got a snazzy new camera, a tripod, and quality lighting rigs for my studio. From here on out it is going to be pro-quality photos and a proper archive.