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Tag: 4P&F

  • My Solution To A Puzzle Project

    A good friend and neighbor brought us a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle she had completed (with some help from her family) of Bryant-Denny Football Stadium at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa (her alma mater). She had already coated both sides of it with Elmer’s Glue and wanted a simple way to hang it on the…

  • An Overdue Thank You To Feedspot.com For Best Blog List

    In April 2020, Anuj Agarwal of Feedspot.com advised us that this blog was on their list of the 100 Best Photography Blogs. I know you’ve all gotten an email from “Who’s Who (Somewhere)” at some point, and we’ve received a number of requests from ‘teachers’ whose kids, in their latest research project, discovered a website…

  • Our Latest Framing Project

    Earlier this year, a friend brought over a friend with a 46½ x 21″ monochrome print of the Scott Base comic strip “The Suit”link. (I give these details only because the content itself in some ways inspired the final project design.) We discussed possibilities while they were here. After considering the obvious choices of a…

  • What I Learned About Printing On Matboard

    I just finished another challenging framing project [Editor: see Our Latest Framing Project]. One new skill I had to develop was printing on matboard. My client wanted to frame his print of a comic strip using a dark purple mat. Neither Crescent nor Bainbridge has a huge selection of purples, but from their catalog, it…

  • “The Singing Tower” – A New Framing Idea?

    I’ve come up with a possible variation to our image The Singing Tower, a Gigapan image of Bok Tower in Florida. As I stared at the canvas print on our wall, I wondered if a trapezoidal frame would work. What if I found a vanishing point by extending the tower walls up until they met…