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Thinking outside the 8×10 box | Bay Area Family and Wedding Photographer

There are many ways to display fine photography as wall art.  These  illustrations will help to get you thinking about your own house’s possibilities. Many people think that they do not have enough wall space for artwork, but I am confident that if I visited your home I could find a perfect spot or several for prints.

Nearly all of the below examples span the full length of the couch, staircase, or wall, and you may have noticed that the ones with more pictures haves a busier look. It depends on your eye and what you like, but larger images do make a bigger impact. And canvas gallery wraps are a fabulous way to turn images into gorgeous works of art and do not require framing.

If your walls are looking a bit bare, you have not had your family photographed in a while, or you recently added a new member to your family or are expecting, contact me to book a photo session — I look forward to creating images for you!

  • a 16×20 or 16×24 can fill up a small wall quite nicely
  • a 24×36 or 30×40 is great for a larger wall.
  • a 11×14, 16×20, 16×24, 20×24, 24×36 and larger are designed to anchor a wall space and do so very well.
  • 5×7’s are meant to be displayed on desks and dressers only
  • 8×10’s can be displayed with other 8×10’s or larger on a wall but are not meant to be the only art on a wall unless it’s a very small space

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