Using my product photography for a fine-art print display
Opening an anticipated package makes everyone excited. When I got my print back from McKenna Pro, I couldn’t stop smiling. They made my product photography look good. This print is currently being displayed in the Spori building at BYU-Idaho along with many other impressive pieces of fine-art photography. If you are around town you can definitely check it out! If not here is a photo of me and Brenna (https://www.brennanichole.com/)showing off our prints.
Editing this fine-art photo was pretty fun! I got into all the little details and used the dodge and burn tool to create more contrast. The sharpening tool was also a great help to bring out those tiny threads. After some color correcting and increasing the saturation this photo was ready to be printed!
Here is link to McKenna Pro where you can print high-quality prints for your product photography and fine-art prints. https://mckennapro.com/
This website is a great tool to help you learn how to prep your images for printing. https://www.capturelandscapes.com/how-to-prepare-images-for-printing/