Victorian Fairy Tarot

by Nancy@goneinc on November 9, 2013

 

fairybrideWe are always amazed by the quality of work done by the artists we work with. One of our most outstanding artists is Gary A. Lippincott.  We are proud to be his giclee printer.  Take a few minutes to look through this gallery of the Victorian Fairy Tarot Deck painted by Gary A. Lippincott and written by Lunaea Weatherstone. Click on the links below for an in depth review

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Here is a link to a review  Part1 and review part 2

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NINE Great Holiday Gift Ideas From GoNE, Inc.

by Nancy@goneinc on September 1, 2013

Do you have one of those hard to shop for people on your list?  Here are some welcome and unique gifts only from GoNE. Inc. Some of these ideas need planning ahead… so we thought we might just mention them now!

 Nine Holiday Gift Ideas:

  1. xmasA home portrait on canvas. Bring us your best shot and we can help you make it great.
  2. A favorite grandchild’s art work preserved on a laminate plaque
  3. A family heirloom painting reproduced for the whole family to share.
  4. Your pet, child, family, favorite place or anything else you have a photo of on a wall sized mural, printed on self-adhesive prepositional wall fabric.
  5. An Heirloom Collage created from your collection of photos.
  6. Old wedding or family photos restored and reproduced for family sharing.
  7. Custom Frame the art your spouse always wanted framed but is still in the box in your closet.
  8. Fair trade items for gift giving, from earrings to handbags to cozy scarfs.
  9. An amazing piece of art from a local artist or artisan.

Some tips for getting a good shot for printing:

  1. Hold the camera steady
  2. Before you shoot, look around for clutter
  3. If you are using a camera phone or other device, take a few shots to get a good one. Some are slow and your subject may move and blur the shot.
  4. Check your image after you shot it. If it is too bright or too dark move the camera slightly to find a new meter reading.
  5. If you are going to shoot a building or home, watch to see what time of day it looks the best. Then plan the shoot a head of time to get the best lighting.

 

 

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