So you have browsed my Portfolio, and you have selected a few of my Artworks that could potentially grace the walls of your Office or Home, but not sure which is the best option to choose. Well, I have a solution for that too.
Yes, we can just collaborate on a small project which will entail you capturing an image of the proposed location you wish to hang my work in, pop that image to me in an eMail communication to athol @ photoartbyathol dot com, and I will prepare a simulated scene of My Art on Your Wall showing you exactly what the proposed images that you have expressed an interest in purchasing, will look like in your specific location.
So, where do we begin this process?
Simply follow these TWO easy steps:
I suggest that you start by grabbing your smartphone, or point and shoot camera, and navigate your home, looking for wall surfaces that would be screaming out for some decor. It does not have to be large open areas, in fact, sometimes small surfaces covered with a collection of small and different sized framed Wall Art can look beautiful too.
Focus on the following important points when creating your images:-
A snapshot of a typical client capture of a Wall Space they would like to enhance with two of my selected Artworks. In this particular case, the client sent me the floor to ceiling height as a reference measurement to enable me to scale the frame size accordingly. This image was captured a little later in the day, and thus it was a little darker than what I had hoped for.
My proposed Mock-up of the two Artworks the client is considering. My client was insistent on using “black frames”, but once I was able to show her that they were too stark for the setting, she agreed to rather switch to white frames as shown in the final image below. This was a good example of how we were able to save our client money in using the Mock-up image of her setting to select the correct frame color for this specific environment.
In the Mock-Up scenario, I also added some sunlight from the “french window” which was present in the mid morning. This can be seen in the final installation image below.
An image capturing the final installation of my two framed Artworks, and once again, proof that the “white frames” were a much better choice at the end of the day. Another happy client.