When something important happens to someone important to you, it is natural to want to join in the celebrations and express your joy for that someone special.
Are the walls in your kitchen looking bland? Do they need a touch of inspiration, or do you just feel the need to do something to make the kitchen feel more like yours?
When you take any photograph with a digital camera, the shot is never as it appeared. Technology plays its part, and every camera has different tech.
Fancy creating a gallery wall but lack the creativity or the resources to put one together? Take a leaf from art exhibitionists the world over, and create a thematic gallery wall.
Smartphones are notorious for low memory alerts. Digital images are data hoarders. They can take up gigabits of memory that degrade your phone’s performance.
You can never really go overboard with the number of frames you have. The display can look like it is overkill if all your frames are crammed together in a gallery wall with little breathing space between them. Too much can look like clutter making it disorienting to the eye.
Is your gallery wall looking clustered, or far too busy? A busy wall leads to a busy mind and that heightens stress levels. That is not the comfortable environment that you would want in your living room.
Still life photos are akin to fine art. The style dates back centuries. Right back to the days when paintings of fruit bowls and flowers in vases were a thing. The same style is an entire genre in modern photography, just not with bowls of fruit. Things can be far more interesting.
Online art sites market to the masses. It is hard to stand out. To get your art into the eyes of customers ready to part with their cash to own the art that you made, your photography needs to vouch for your talent.
When you aren’t there to pitch the art, the digital copy needs to do the talking for you.
You can do a lot with very little. Sometimes, with just the things already laying around your house. Like the children’s toys, coloured pens, a laptop, a phone, and some paper to make stencils.
Read on below to discover some neat photography and framing tips for using parts of photo frames to make your own creative art that will be like no other.