“If a picture speaks a thousand words, then a Photo Montage speaks volumes.” Mary Mikawoz
Photo Montages can celebrate many occasions in life and are a great memorable present.
If you are in Winnipeg, contact me and we will make arrangements to scan the images.
1. Contact me with your interest in Photo Montages so that I know it is coming. I provide exceptional artisic and photographic abilities combined with digital workmanship.
2. Full Payment is required before work will commence. I guarantee quality work.
3. Send me between 6 to 10 clear images, be they black and white or color. They must be scanned at 300DPI unless you want the original image to be bigger in the final product in which case, it should be scanned at 600 DPI. Name the images after your first initial and surname followed by numbers starting with 001.
First image for Peter Johnson becomes PJohnson001.jpg
Second image for Peter Johnson becomes Pjohnson002.jpg
Do not rewrite or save on top of anybody else's images in case you happen to have the same first and last name. Contact us immediately for what to do.
4. The normal size is 8” by10” unless otherwise indicated before work is commenced. A normal 16” by 20” will require bigger images and so images must be scanned at 600 DPI.
5. We will do our magic and send you an low resolution image by email for approval.
6. Once approved, we will send you the final digital image by email with copyright clearance to print the final product. The great thing is that you can reproduce as many copies as you want then.
6. If you have any other quesions, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are extra features available an extra cost that may enhance the overlook and feel of the final Photo Montage.
1. Black and white photograph or color photograph restored or fixed up
2. Black and white photograph colorized
3. Addition of pencil drawing in the Photo Montage
This photo was marked up with a pencil grid so that it could be used for a basis of a painting. All the criss-crossing grid had to be removed.
Now this black and white photograph is as good as new and looks like it was never marked up in the first place.