I miss the excitement of taking pictures using a pre-digital camera.
Yes, my finger may have been slightly over the lens in most of them and one or two heads may be cut off, but there are usually some gems in there which make it to the photo album.
But the thing I love about digital cameras is that you can play about with the images and turn them into really funky pieces of art which you can give to friends or display around your home.
Receiving your canvas is just as exciting as collecting your pre-digital prints but even better; it is flat-packed and bubble-wrapped ready for you to open like a child on Christmas morning!
If you’re after a more authentic or painted look for your photo then I’d recommend the commissioning an artist to do so. There are a few sites which you can use to get your photo commissioned so feel free to shop around if you don’t know any artists to do it for you.
You can either get a single print or a set of four in the style of Andy Warhol’s world famous Marilyn Monroe art. Depending on where you decide to get this printed you can choose the colour of the four tints. Read more about the legend here.
If you’re after a piece of personal art with a modern twist then a metal art image is a simple but effective option. The ‘brushed steel’ effect is high definition and works really well if you have any black and white images that you don’t want on canvas.
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