If you are planning on printing some digital pictures out and weren’t really sure what the differences in printing were, this may help.
These days there are 4 popular printing technologies that are used. Each one has its advantages and disadvantages from quality and price to look and feel. Below is a list of these technologies and their pros and cons.
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One of the great things about artwork is hanging it up and enjoying it, but it can also be one of the worst things to do to artwork. This may sound odd, but actually hanging artwork can be damaging it. We live in an environment that is filled with all kinds of damaging elements like, u.v. light, humidity, heat and polluted air to name a few. If sunlight can burn our skin, imagine what it can do to you artwork. Â Here are a few tips that you can use to help your artwork last and still display it.
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People ask me almost every day, “how high do you hang your pictures so they look good?” Unfortunately there isn’t a simple answer to this question, but I do have some suggestions that will help you make this easier. I generally like to hang pictures at various heights throughout the house. In certain rooms pictures will look better higher and in others they will look better lower. Every room also has its challenges, such as furniture and lighting fixtures getting in the way. I also don’t feel as though every wall in a room needs to have artwork hanging on it.Â Sometimes a little empty space can make everything look better.
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