You might remember our earlier post by blogger Sam about her daughter’s newborn shoot with The Camera’s Eye. Now what to do with those photos? I’ve written before about how much I LOVE canvas and I LOVE wall art. Well placed photographic art can make your home TRULY yours…especially in the case of a newborn photo shoot 🙂
After walking through a few rooms of Sam’s house, we decided that the best place for her canvas cluster would be above the fireplace in the living room. Another place that I find makes a good spot is above the baby’s changing table, but they were already fully decorated in there 🙂
She sent me her image choices, and I sent back a few files with different configurations (using unretouched images)…
We threw around the idea of mixing black and white and color images – not something I’ve seen much at The Camera’s Eye, but a challenge that I loved to wrap my mind around!
Ultimately, she decided to keep the images all color, and did keep a shot of those adorable little baby feet 🙂 Difficult to use up real estate on anything that isn’t that precious little face, but it adds some nice variety to the images 🙂
I love working from initial shoot to finished photo product with my clients!
Big congrats to this year’s winners of the senior canvas contest at The Camera’s Eye, both from Owego Free Academy! You’ve already met Kelsey, a totally down-to-earth senior with a natural beauty.
And here is Kim, a member of the top volleyball team in the state and an overall total sweetheart!
I’m excited to get these images onto beautiful canvas prints for these lovely ladies 🙂 Thanks to them and the rest of my 2016 seniors for a great senior photo season with The Camera’s Eye. Best of luck with the end of this semester and the rest of your FINAL year of high school!
We have a range of finished photo products that you can order from The Camera’s Eye, but you should know that I. LOVE. CANVAS. It’s durable, it has a beautiful texture, and it has incredibly brilliant color saturation!
You can choose a canvas gallery wrap or even put it in a frame. It’s still lightweight in the frame since there’s no glass front, making it a breeze to hang! Many of my clients at The Camera’s Eye go for a 16×20 or 20×24 canvas print, and don’t need to go bulk up at the gym in order to hang the finished piece 🙂
You can collage your canvases on the wall or hang them one by one. A 16×20 with two 9×9 pieces makes a lovely collection. We have our most popular canvas collections listed in our brochure : )
One way to cluster your canvas pieces…
…and version two!
Our newest canvas product at The Camera’s Eye is the canvas pop out – check it out below!
Unlike glass, canvas is super easy to clean – just wipe it down with a damp cloth and you’re good to go! The most fantastic part of canvas, in my opinion? It lends your photos a deeper, richer color. A canvas wall hanging is eye-catching because of its contemporary style, but also because that color just POPS, making it the focal point of your room. And if you love texture? Canvas is just shy of magical 🙂