One thing photographically that happened is that I had a large canvas gallery wrap picture made of one of my photos. It’s in three panels stretching 62″ in width and 36″ high. It’s something I’ve been meaning to do for several years now. Choosing an image from over 100K was tough.
The photo is a nine-exposure vertical pan multiple exposure image. It looks more like a painting than a photo. The only thing missing is the artist’s signature (which I’ll add as soon as I get the right pen). Now – where to hang the remaining 99,999?
Autumn in Acadia National Park
The photos in this post are from my iPhone 6 Plus – no retouching (though they could use it color-wise).
Part of the selection process included taking a photo of the room with a blank wall. Next, candidates were overlaid on that wall until a winner was chosen.
The two 2’x3′ images above the lamps were voted down by she-who-must-be-obeyed. Click the image for full size – I still like them, Dear.
Lots of applications for this approach. Used it in the past to choose wall paint colors, flooring, etc. Give it a try.