Friday, July 30, 2010

F.A.Q's | Wall Collection sizing | Kendra Jean Photography

Ok, you have your DVD, or you're looking at your online proof gallery, NOW WHAT!! When it comes time to looking through your images, there is always the questions that come up! What to get, what size to get, where am I going to put it! I know, because I have been asked for tips on what to do. So I came up with a couple different wall examples to give you a visual of what to look for.

Most of you are thinking of a couple 8x10s or maybe an 11x14, so in this picture I went a little bit bigger. These are Fine art Canvas Prints that are 12in.x15in. and 8in.x12in.
wall grouping with photos
BUT, why not go a bit bigger and get this! these are Canvas Prints that are 24in.x30in. and 16in.x24in! What a difference
wall grouping with photos
Same thing in this one, an 8in.x12in. and a 12in.x15in,
wall grouping with photos
And this one in bigger sizes, these are a 16inx24in. and a 24in.x30in.!
wall grouping with photos

This is a great visual, the 8x10 or even 11x14s look so much bigger in your mind! So, when ordering prints, you can always send me a picture of your wall that you are thinking about hanging your collections, and I can help you decide on sizes.

(these may not be exact, because I got the room images off of google and I have no idea how big the wall space is! but the proportions of the different sizes are accurate:) )

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1 comment:

  1. That is why I never get pictures on the wall! I just can't seem to settle on sizes, and then go and get frames. Thanks for the tips!


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Kendra Jean Photography

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