As a photography buff, I've always loved making sunprints. And now with the total takeover of digital photography, I enjoy taking the process back to the most basic: light, shadow, image, exposure, development.
I found this stack of small (3x3) sunprints that I made last year and tucked away in a book. I wonder what else I might find if I start going through the bookshelves?
I imagine these would make really lovely prints, if enlarged and framed properly. I've certainly seen such artwork sold by mass-market publishers, but why buy those when it's so easy to make your own?
Or perhaps enlarged and printed straight on canvas? The texture of that might be a nice contrast to the print.
Or tweak the settings in Photoshop to customize a color that works just right for your interiors.
How would you use prints like these in your home?
Now I'm off to open some old, heavy coffee table books and see what might be hidden inside!