I am in the process of trying to pick a piece of art for our main frame. It will be large and in turn will demand the most attention. Of course I am going to go with one our images. This is where we will meet clients and displaying your own work is never a bad thing. Once I pick the big frame image then I think it will be easier to see what other images and art pieces to add to the smaller frames. I did quite a few mock ups of some contenders that I have compiled.
This is from Miami. I literally shot it out the window of the car as we drove by. I adore the lines, palette, and the greenery makes me swoon.
This one, also from Miami, has a lot going on. I think it makes you want to look closer at it. It's hard to tell here, but it's a barge being pulled by a tugboat under a draw bridge. It is the same image frome here. Plus I think KJ would adore it.
I believe this one was snapped in Key West. They have wild chickens roaming around and we got quite the kick out it. I like how simple it is and somewhat quirky. Plus it makes me laugh. It may be a little odd for potential wedding clients though.
The last three images are from Colorado. They were originally what I thought I wanted in here before we even occupied the house. The colors are vibrant without being over the top.
I do love this one. I also wonder if this would be most captivating for a wedding client. It is a chapel after all.
Finally the elk in the camp site makes me quite happy. I think it is because it reminds of the adventure of the day and once this large beast headed our way the kiddos promptly hid under the picnic table. I was frozen with admiration and could not stop shooting his magnificence. I think regardless he will make it into our house somewhere.
The two I am leaning towards most are the first Miami photo and the chapel. Something about the colors and the way they work into the palette of the room. Have any favorites?