Odd-sized art, be it postcards, vintage photos, posters, or a magazine cut-out, can pose challenges for framing. The only easy way to combat the problem is to have the art custom framed. That can be pricey.
Ever look at the Instagram shots of walls that are laden with gorgeous art and wondered how in the world people can afford such majestic art displays in their homes?
Mount boards are sold in standard sizes and you can vary the openings/apertures on them to suit your preference. Some framers provide the option of cutting the mount board to the specific dimensions that you require, others may not. It depends on the equipment they have to hand, and whether they have the expertise to provide a tailored mount cutting service.
When you walk around your home, does it feel like your photos are displayed at random? The décor used in any room in your home creates a particular vibe. Family photos give a family vibe, bright colours are energetic, making a room feel lively.
Phones do a good job of making photography as fuss-free as possible. Point, shoot, and send your best photos to the printer. What about editing though? Do you ever feel that when you try to edit your photos to improve their quality that the opposite happens, and all your edits do is deteriorate your image?
Rarely is a photo taken that is picture perfect, ready to send to the printer. Before that happens, editing is usually done. Editing can be done within the camera or post-creation by using image editing programs.
Artists develop a preference for mediums to use to create their artwork. Painters (acrylic, watercolour, or oils) tend to use either canvas or panel boards.
Across the UK, more and more homeowners are taking advantage of their garden space as an affordable way to add an extra room to their property.
When you flick your gallery app on your phone, you would be forgiven for thinking that many of the photos wouldn’t make a good print. They rarely are. To get high-resolution print quality photos, the shots should be taken with intention. That requires planning.
Planning a funeral when emotions are in turmoil is one of the most difficult life experiences. Funeral directors offer tremendous guidance throughout but loved ones still have to do the hardest work with preparing the materials.