Preview Service in the showroom is complimentary and pretty darn fabulous! Using the projector, in a darkened room, my sophisticated studio software will show you what the photos will look like on the walls of your space, to scale, in the sizes you're contemplating. You're making a real investment. I'm committed to ensuring it is perfect! 

To offer you Preview Service, I need a photo of your space(s). You can take the photo(s) or I can take them if the session is at the same location.

 The client provided this photo (with 8.5x11 paper taped to wall for scale. It's a great shot because it includes just a touch of both walls and ceiling as well as the items on the furniture below where the art will hang.

The client provided this photo (with 8.5x11 paper taped to wall for scale. It's a great shot because it includes just a touch of both walls and ceiling as well as the items on the furniture below where the art will hang.

 She assumed three 8x10 prints would look good on this wall so we simulated it. She was surprised to see they're just too small. 

She assumed three 8x10 prints would look good on this wall so we simulated it. She was surprised to see they're just too small. 

 Choosing the correct sizes for this space was quick and easy! She went with one 20x24 flanked by a pair of 11x14's, all in attractive gold frames. Her pets really bring her office alcove space to life!

Choosing the correct sizes for this space was quick and easy! She went with one 20x24 flanked by a pair of 11x14's, all in attractive gold frames. Her pets really bring her office alcove space to life!

To make suitable photos of your space yourself: 

  1. Remove existing artwork from the wall where you want to display. Nails and other hardware can be left in place.
  2. Tape a piece of paper (8.5x11) or a 12" ruler to the wall at the approximate height your new piece will hang (necessary for scale). Anything, really, works if you tell me the length.
  3. Daytime, open the curtains, turn on all the lights AND your camera's flash.
  4. Set the camera to automatic exposure mode.
  5. Carefully compose the shot. Put yourself opposite the center of the wall, point the camera straight at the wall with camera at the approximate height the art will hang. Include the ceiling and as much wall as possible. You may want to zoom out and/or back up to fill the frame. 
  6. Take this photo for as many walls as you may like to consider. 
  7. Email the photos to Dave@VeitPhotography.com with "Room View" in the subject line.

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