As soon as I started reading this section about photographing work, I immediately felt embarrassed about the way that I photographed my work for Mid-Program Review. But as I kept reading, seeing that photographing work is just a matter of finding a style and making it work helped to reassure me that there is no right way to take pictures. What’s most important is finding methods that look good in the end and suit the work that you are capturing. Efficiency is also a factor to consider, so when I take pictures, I want to get the best picture in the easiest manner possible. This usually involves artificial lighting on a solid background in which I don’t have to do much editing in post-production. In the past, I have always shot straight on, but I am now considering shooting at angles so that I don’t have to mess with warped edges.