It's been three months

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It's been three months

Post  dick benbow on Tue Feb 12, 2013 1:58 am

but finally, my living room remodel ended today with the final coat of paint. That means I get my tokonoma back! How i look forward to enjoying it again.

My brother has become an incredible wildlife photographer. You name it and he's photographed it, from whales to weasels, bald eagles to snowy owls. I'd love to begin using them in my displays but I've never run across any mention of them and how to use them in displays. So I am hopeful that maybe someone would have some advice/input. Smile

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Re: It's been three months

Post  dick benbow on Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:51 pm

On another forum, this same question of photos being used was asked with a response of photos from actual bonsai displays using photos.
It was quite the revelation to be able to see things immediately in the photographs. Things like redundancies of forest scenes with bonsai trees. Also a beautiful shot of a waterfall but because of visual mass ( too big) it took away from the main subject ( the bonsai) There was a photo of a sunset really big and set behind the trees, that had great impact and appeal. It's got me to thinking. So while i appreciate the great number here who looked at this, it is a topic not well experienced. So I thought I would share what impressions i had in case there were others who had a similar thought and would have liked to have some thoughts on the subject. Smile

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