Exploring troubleshooting techniques


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Exploring troubleshooting techniques

The last thing you want to do in your matting process is just look over the finished work and see if there's any little flaws or problems that need to be fixed. The first place I usually start is look to the corners. It's very common when you cut a mat, no matter how well you have your production cutter aligned, or how much practice you have had with your handheld cutter, that your over cut will be a little bit bigger than it needs to be in order to create the bevel. So they usually will be a little cut line at the corners that goes beyond the area it should.

You probably can't pick it up on camera, but it's fairly easy to see with the naked eye, and for it in order to fix that we use a tool called the Burnishing Bone, and put pressure on that little over cut and rub it in a circular motion. So I'm going to start on this corner here, and I just see this little over cut, and basically what we're doing is flattening the paper surface back out from where the pressure of the b...

Exploring troubleshooting techniques
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Exploring troubleshooting techniques provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Konrad Eek as part of the Matting, Framing, and Hanging Your Photographs

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