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There are several simple techniques that professionals in the art and framing industry use to be able to shorten the time it takes to choose the exact right mat color or mat combination for matting and framing pictures. In this series I will present a couple of rules and then apply those rules in three further posts;

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From fancy gold leaf to colorful textures, frames are now available in an incredible selection—but how do you choose the right one for your picture?

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Narrow mats create a busy target. Don’t be afraid of large mat borders. Don’t try to match room colors exactly...

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From fancy gold leaf to colorful textures, frames are now available in an incredible selection—but how do you choose the right one for your picture?

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Not too high! Think in terms of eye level, so that the eye of the average viewer falls about one-third of the way down from the top of the picture.

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If you are an artist or photographer dealing with a print shop, sooner or later you will be required to transfer digital files to the print shop. Have you ever struggled with sending a file via Email? Is FTP too complicated? What is a "USB Drive"? We explain a few of these in this article.

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Professional and semi-professional artists and photographers must effectively market their images. This market is very competitive, and keeping costs down while using quality materials is of prime importance. Be prepared to provide the best possible product at the lowest price.