Celebrating 1000 Customers!!
We are celebrating our 1000th customer in our short 18 months in operation, and we thank you…but please don’t ask us how many canvas prints that is – too many to count.
As we’re half way through the year, and with many of us spending time curled up at home with the heating on, it’s a great time to go through old photo albums.
We thought we would show you an example of photo restoration that we have completed. This photograph was taken over 100 yrs ago shows the group that went on to become the first ever surf life saving club at Balmoral Beach in Sydney. Our photo editor spent time on the individual faces as well as repairing tears and discolouration in the photograph. The last thing to remove is the yellow tinge that occurs to photographs over time.
Stretching Painted Canvases.
Do you have a painted canvas rolled up and in the cupboard? Why not get it up on the wall. We offer a stretching service where you can have artwork stretched onto a frame.
We will stretch those art works you bought at the local market into works of art to hang on your walls. We can stretch any artwork onto frames as big as 1.5m x 3m.
Your painting will be stretched onto a frame complete with professional backing tape and hanging wire ready for you to hang in your favourite space.
So get those paintings out of the tube and onto your wall.
Photography Tip – Be a Director – Set Your Scene.
Don’t be afraid to re-arrange your subjects. At your next family photo you don’t have to have every one standing in a row. Get their heads extra close together, scramble them up, take the photo from an odd angle – add props.
Make your photos stand out from the crowd – and with modern digital cameras you don’t have to wait until the film is developed to see if your idea worked before you shift your family around again for the second instalment.
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