Prints on Show

Discussion in 'Casual Photo Conversations' started by Sandy Vongries, Dec 21, 2017.

  1. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Moderator Staff Member

    I have several ways of displaying prints at home - this is one I've used for a very long time, though recently refurbished. Prints are rotated when a new batch is appealing and sizes change. DSC_4135 (1024x682).jpg What do you do?
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  2. I have a studio downstairs, adjacent to my garage, where I display photos. I'm working on some more casual means of display that will be easier to change around, but for now I've done more traditional matting and framing.

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  3. Norman 202

    Norman 202 i am the light

    i’ve never, ever been into prints (apart from canon credit card sized prints) but was always into those jpg viewers (8x10ish). now i use the ipad mini 4 as a storage device and display unit.

    (sorry, just realised my post might be a tad OT)
  4. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Moderator Staff Member

    Not at all - I used a Canon Selphy that produced postcards,before I got the large printer and have a couple of the electronic frames (9x12 and 4x6) running. I also store / display images on my Kindle Fire. Other than that, a few semi permanent framed prints scattered around.
  5. Emphatic! :D
  6. Nothing can replace a well made and framed print. However a high resolution digital frame (one that looks like an actual picture frame on the wall, not one of those cheap crappy ones) can be a nice companion to paper prints for offering more viewing and display flexibility.

    Something like this:
  7. Fred, nicely done. Tasteful arrangement and lighting. Like the carpenter who needs carpentry work at home I have little of my work on the walls, I will turn Pro Select on my own home to design some wall groupings and prints.
  8. Thanks, Bob! :)

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