Christy Whitehead Photography » North Florida photographer and graphic designer

Let me help you create wall art, all you have to do is email me a cell phone photo!

One of the biggest issues most families have is picking out their images and figuring out what’s going to look best on their walls. Sizing can be a real hassle. Is a 24×36 canvas too large? Too small? What would it look like with other images next to it?

Let me help you create wall art, all you have to do is email me a cell phone photo!

After your session, you will return to the studio for a Viewing & Ordering session. At this appointment I will show you a slideshow set to music of your images. Afterwards we’ll go through your images and narrow down your favorites. And then I can help you build YOUR wall and see it right in front of you.

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But HOW?

All you have to do is take a STRAIGHT on photo of YOUR wall with a piece of printer paper taped to it.

Then send it to me in email. My software will than be able to tell the dimensions of YOUR wall based on that piece of paper.

Below is an actual client’s wall photo they sent me. You can see it’s not perfectly straight or lit or anything. I think it was just a cell phone photo they emailed to me. But based on this image we were able to pick a photo and size that worked perfectly for the space.

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If by chance you forget to take a photo, I also have a several mock up/fake rooms available to show you a grouping on, for example:

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Above shows a 24×36 with two 16×24 prints next to it. It’s a cute grouping.

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The above image shows one of our mock rooms with the same image in several sizes. It makes it quite useful to figure out what size would fit perfectly in your room.

For example, from left to right there 8×10, 10×20, 16×24, 20×30 and than a 30×60. The 30×60 of this particular image might not be right, unless it was a horizontal image, but an 8×10 is def too small. Even the 10×20 if done by itself is a bit small for this space as over the couch should have a larger focal point image.

 

(Please note some of the images used in this blog are not mine, but are used to show examples.)

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