Thursday, October 23, 2008

Canvas!!

Okay... so the canvas I ordered from Simply Canvas came Tuesday and I immediately ran outside with it and took photos. Sorry it has taken me until now to post them... I've been distracted.

Anyway, back to the canvas!!



I ordered it with a digital stretch because I was curious how it would look. I really like it where there is grass but don't care for Professor's ears being all crazy. Next time I might try the color border. It is also offered as a natural stretch where the photo itself is wrapped around the edges. I really like that idea too but I find that a lot of my work doesn't lend itself to that as well because I enjoy having my subjects way off to one side or another. It may be something I think about on my next shoot.
I'm already looking forward to ordering canvases of Apple, Uni, and Max so I can have a collection of the whole family! I wish it were possible for me to take a photo of all of them and Chris and I as well all in one photo...

And one last shot... from our latest visit to the dog park!
I'll get the rest up from both of our recent trips there asap!

7 comments:

Scarlett Lillian said...

Cute! Yeah you have to make the image big enough to do the gallery wrap on the sides.

fuzzykitty said...

Wow that canvas looks awesome! I love the colors in that photo too :)

Emilee said...

Yay for canvas! Since getting my first, I want to buy sooo many more! I guess you never know how a digital stretch will turn out unless you give it a try. Yours turned out pretty good! :)

Mia 'thousandhound' said...

The canvas is amazing. Perfect photo for it.

leesia said...

mmm, don't you just LOVE simply canvas?? they're the best vendor for wraps I've used so far...i really like the solid color edges if the client's choice doesn't work as a wrap.

Corinna Hoffman Photography said...

Awesome, Tracy! Love the photo :) Where are you hanging it?

Jill Beninato said...

Just a side note...Simply canvas will clone out your picture for you if you ask them to...that way you can get a more natural looking wrap than the digital stretch. I often find I have enough image to get a natural wrap either on the top/bottom OR The sides, but usually not both. They can clone the sides that would not stretch...