FATHERS DAY IS COMING – so don’t delay and make sure you get in early for
your canvas prints for Dad. We offer our standard 4 day turnaround with your free 20 min editing. If you are not sure about the quality of an image or what can be done, upload your image for a free quote and we will be able to give you advice.
For those of you who don’t get in early, there is always our 24hr express service (15% rush fee applies).
Face Book We have been busy this month setting up our new Face Book Page. We will be slowly ending our original Face Book group and all information will now be found on our new page. For all of those who are currently part of our Facebook group we will slowly be phasing out our Facebook group updates in favour for updates on our new Facebook page. To become a fan of our new page, click on the Facebook logo and follow the prompts to become a fan.
We have added all of our archived newsletters on the page as well as updates from our blog, which gives you advice and information on canvas printing, products and components etc. Have a look, you can even leave us a message. Our canvas printing blog is also available on our website.
Have You Tried Cotton Yet?
Well, we have always offered our cotton sheeting, which is popular for people wanting to create personalised cushion covers, but have you thought of hanging cotton on your wall?
Stretched cotton sheeting is a great way to decorate a room, it works especially well in children’s rooms as it can have a much softer look than a canvas.
Decorating on a Budget: Stretched cotton wall hangings is fast becoming very popular. Cotton is cheaper than canvas and is perfect for kids rooms as they grow and change their environment. You won’t get the same archival rating as you do with a stretched canvas, however the price is fantastic.
Where do I place the horizon line in my photo?
Your content will generally determine where your horizon line should be placed in your photo.
When taking photos of the sky you should try to lower the horizon line, especially if the sky is particularly beautiful or impressive – this will allow room for more dramatic content effect.
When the sky is not the main focus of your image, you should try to make the horizon line higher to focus more on the subject.
* Try to make sure your horizon line is straight by lining it up with the focus lines/points as an indication then adjust your sight higher or lower than the horizon line.
Keep reading each month for new tips and exciting news.
Martin & Philippa & the team at ROC Gallery.
ROC Gallery + Print Studio
73a Macgregor Tce, Bardon 4065
Ph: 07 3368 1390
Fax: 07 3368 1790