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Let's see some of your framed prints at your house

This is a discussion on Let's see some of your framed prints at your house within the General photography forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I framed and hung this one yesterday. It is a 20x30 inch print in a 24x36 inch frame Let's see ...

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    I framed and hung this one yesterday. It is a 20x30 inch print in a 24x36 inch frame

    Let's see some of yours

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    Good idea AT! - I'll play and post some later today or this weekend.
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    Here's my first try with a smartphone...with too many reflections. I'll try again when the light is better.
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    It's best to take it at an angle like I did above so you can control the reflections.
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