There’s something beautiful about a framed image hanging serenely on a wall. We’re extremely proud of our sustainably sourced frames and believe there’s really no better way to enhance a stunning photograph. We’re pleased as punch to say they’ve adorned galleries and homes from London to Los Angeles.
Art comes in many shapes and sizes, and our framed prints are built to fit each of them. The final dimensions will depend on the image you choose, but to give you an idea here are the most common photographic sizes:
Nikon D300, f5.6, 1/80s, ISO 200, Nikkor DX AF-S 55-300mm VR lens. 20mm extender tube. Tripod with shutter release.Raw format.
rose, thorn, loss lost love, forgotten, sorrow
I am now primarily a digital photographer but with occasional lapses into film. I do minimal image processing except in those cases where I am creating a different piece of art. I am most fascinated by the beauty in everyday scenes and objects.
Very neat. I have a lot of roses that I have kept after they dry up. Never thought of photographing them. What a beautiful idea.~!
Treasure those dried up blossoms. They can be so beautiful. A great teacher in how to age and become more beautiful. Roses – perhaps symbolically – seem to be the best. I do have entire arrangements cluttering my shelves, some going back 10 years.
Even without the macro approach, these flowers make a wonderful study.
– Barry Doherty