Have your photos become normal? It happens to everyone; even seasoned photographs. When you photograph the same thing repeatedly, no matter who or what it is, it will feel normal.
Did you know that half of Brits would call themselves a collector? Books, coins, and candles are the most commonly sought-after items. Not all items collected are easy to display. Most find their way onto shelves, into a spare room or get tucked into cupboard space.
Technology has come a long way in the last twenty years, but smartphones can still only reduce camera shake. They cannot totally eliminate the blurriness that ruins photos. To do that, the only true tried and tested method that has stood the test of time is camera stabilisers.
Today’s art market is broad and the most accessible it has ever been. In terms of understanding, not everyone is in the know about the different art genres, other than that people create them. Either by hand painting, drawing, or shooting, editing and printing.
Canvas prints offer a unique texture and a certain richness that no other print media can come close to matching. The standout effect it has on all types of prints has given rise to its popularity.
The most expensive time of the year is approaching; the festive season. Gifts are only part of the celebrations. Creating memories is by far the most important aspect. Getting together with family and friends, some of whom you may not have seen in a long time.
Making it as an artist takes more than talent and skill. It takes marketing to get noticed, then selling to earn a living, and that is where many a terrific artist falls short.
Outside of the picture framing sector, a passepartout is best known as the mount board. Multiple designs can be used for better aesthetics within the frame.
Personal photos of family and friends are meaningful photos traditionally printed and framed for display on the walls of family homes.
October is when the colours of the season change. Leaves change colour, fall from trees that are ripe for collecting, and then by October 31st, orange meets with black. Orange represents the warmth of Autumn, with black symbolising the cold, dark, winter nights to come. The colours of Halloween.