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#1 junior5

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Posted 25 December 2011 - 09:47 PM

i have been wanting to print a photo with the plexiglass mount process. i have only seen a few photos printed on them in an art gallery. they were pretty amazing. i realize the photos i saw were shot by professionals and a lot the amazingness is because of the picture so im not looking for my picture to look as good as the ones i saw. i just liked the way it gave the photo more depth. here are the two photos im trying to choose between. they would be anywhere from 16x24 to 24x36 in size. i would like yalls opinion on which one would look better. any advice on processing the pics differently would be appreciated also. i use lightroom 3. i have photoshop 5 but do not use it much at all. im pretty lost when i do use it. haha. thanks

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Posted 26 December 2011 - 05:38 PM

i have been wanting to print a photo with the plexiglass mount process. i have only seen a few photos printed on them in an art gallery. they were pretty amazing. i realize the photos i saw were shot by professionals and a lot the amazingness is because of the picture so im not looking for my picture to look as good as the ones i saw. i just liked the way it gave the photo more depth. here are the two photos im trying to choose between. they would be anywhere from 16x24 to 24x36 in size. i would like yalls opinion on which one would look better. any advice on processing the pics differently would be appreciated also. i use lightroom 3. i have photoshop 5 but do not use it much at all. im pretty lost when i do use it. haha. thanks

A lot depends on where you are going to put it. For a house/apartment I think the top one is much better but for a dive shop the turtle would go nicely.

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#3 junior5

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Posted 27 December 2011 - 09:54 PM

thanks for the input. im going to order the first picture 20x30 next week. i cant wait to see it plexiglass mounted

Edited by junior5, 27 December 2011 - 09:55 PM.