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PLEASE NOTE: This image is designed to be gallery framed on gloss paper, and not specifically to be printed on canvas. That's why it has a small white border. I suggest Gallery Framing. Gallery framing usually uses a black frame (I use model HP4) and a white matte calculated at about 25-35% of the print's width.
As an example, a 16x20" print would need a 4" to 5" bright white matte.
These are just my suggestion and how museums usually frame photographs. All the photos in my home, (both monotone and color) are framed this way. It makes the image stand out, while giving a consistant look for all your hanging images.
Born in California near the middle of the 20th century.
Adventurous as hell (Lar broke his back when he was just 12), he was involved with bicycling racing, speed skating, motorcycle racing, and soaring. Life, LOOK, and National Geographic were his early favorite magazines. He was the "class artist" throughout his school years.
He bought his first 35mm camera in 1967, then taught himself processing and printing from library books. Many books were returned late. Some with a chemical smell.
As an award-winning photographer, Lar Matre went on to shoot print advertising; produce, direct and edit broadcast advertising; and produce and direct sports programming for ESPN and Spike.
Matre has been the executive producer of countless...
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