Back in November, we shot Diane, her fiance and her soon-to-be stepson at some of the great spots in the neighborhood with our photography studio – the West Alabama Ice House, the Menil Museum, the Rothko Chapel and other spots in the vicinity. When Diane came to the proofing session for her images, she literally could not choose which image she wanted for her large wall print. So, we narrowed the choices down and then suggested a canvas grouping for the display medium. We chose an anchor canvas of 16″ x 24″, one mid sized canvas that measured 17″ x 11″ and two smaller canvases that each measured 8″ x 12″. The total size of the canvas grouping only takes up 34″ across by 24″ on a wall, but makes a much larger impact!
Canvas groupings are particularly effective for family sessions and high school seniors. Take a look at what Diane saw when she arrived at the studio today (the bag contains a set of greeting cards she also ordered). Give us a shout on our studio line or shoot us an email to start a conversation about a grouping for your family or high school senior.