TIP #1

The placement of your portraits in relation to your furnishings is important, since the photos will create a decorative focal point. The design, colour and size need to work together to complete the overall look.

TIP #2

The clothing that you wear for your session is extremely important. When preparing for your session, consider where your artwork will be displayed. You can opt for dark clothing if the fabrics in your room are darker or lighter clothing for lighter fabrics.

TIP #3

Everyone in the photos should dress in the same range so you achieve colour balance and harmony. Avoid clothing with patterns to keep the focus on the faces. Solid colours—such as jeans and black tops, jeans and white tops, jeans and grey tops, jeans and navy tops, beige pants and white tops—will never become outdated. (Read more about what to wear.)

TIP #4

Think about where you will display your images and measure your wall to give you an idea of proper size. Do you need a horizontal photo or a vertical one? Do you want one large image or group of two, three or more? Chantal can help you make these decisions during the consultation process.

TIP #5

Choosing the appropriate image size is important. Your artwork should enhance the area. You don’t want to have a small photo on a large wall, or a huge photo on a small wall. For example, a large portrait can look great above your sofa or fireplace. A grouping of smaller images works well along a staircase wall.

TIP #6

A horizontal row of photos can create a sense of balance and calm. A vertical row of odd-numbered photos can add a feeling of height to a room.

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Display Tip #1

The placement of your portraits in relation to your furnishings is important, since the photos will create a decorative focal point. The design, colour and size need to work together to complete the overall look.

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Display Tip #2

The clothing that you wear for your session is extremely important. When preparing for your session, consider where your artwork will be displayed. You can opt for dark clothing if the fabrics in your room are darker or lighter clothing for lighter fabrics.

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Display Tip #3

Everyone in the photos should dress in the same range so you achieve colour balance and harmony. Avoid clothing with patterns to keep the focus on the faces. Solid colours—such as jeans and black tops, jeans and white tops, jeans and grey tops, jeans and navy tops, beige pants and white tops—will never become outdated. (Read more about what to wear.)

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Display Tip #4

Think about where you will display your images and measure your wall to give you an idea of proper size. Do you need a horizontal photo or a vertical one? Do you want one large image or group of two, three or more? Chantal can help you make these decisions during the consultation process.

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Display Tip #5

Choosing the appropriate image size is important. Your artwork should enhance the area. You don’t want to have a small photo on a large wall, or a huge photo on a small wall. For example, a large portrait can look great above your sofa or fireplace. A grouping of smaller images works well along a staircase wall.

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Display Tip #6

A horizontal row of photos can create a sense of balance and calm. A vertical row of odd-numbered photos can add a feeling of height to a room.

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Carefully planned, your displayed artwork can serve as a beautiful reflection of your family.

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