With several art prizes, and an arts festival advertising deadline, we've been busy in the studio with art reproduction, including lots of 3D work. Reproducing three dimensional work involves a much different set up than flat images. A repro of a painting or drawing is purely technical - no room for deviation. Three dimensional work however, requires a bit more artistic endeavour. You're sculpting the image with light, and how you light different materials really matter. Jewellery is probably the trickiest - it's shiny and reflective and small. Still, this is my favourite kind of work. In this case, I didn't want the pieces to look like they were straight from a commercial jewellers catalogue, and neither did the client; instead we were aiming for something ethereal, floating in a black void.