At PhotoStop – a leading chain of high-quality photo printing studios in the country, we’re always looking to stay on the cutting-edge technology. That’s why we’re so excited to announce that our […]
Photographers capture the essence of life on their cameras. These images look beautiful when viewed on screens but when these digital files are blown up into large size prints that are when […]
Photostop is a fine spot for a palette of artists ranging from photography enthusiasts to artwork collectors. We are creative heads based out of Bangalore panning in two major hubs being Hyderabad […]
Photos act as capsules of our memory by capturing a beautiful moment in time that we could cherish in years to come. The best way to preserve these memories is by getting canvas photo prints from renowned fine art printing services in your vicinity. Usually, the practice is to get a photo printed on a glossy paper using traditional photo printing techniques.
Your life is a canvas to the world and it’s only YOU who has to make sure that it looks inspiring. Beginning your career as an artist, you only aim for people to recognize your work for which you end up planning a lot of exhibitions with your art group. But, that is not where you should stop, as an artist you should know when to take the right step for your career that molds your career into a success story. This is the point when you should start planning for your Next Big Step – A Solo Exhibition.
With the introduction of Epson Stylus Pro 9900, Epson just decided to up the standard by a few notches. This product that they launched is being viewed as the next generation of photographic printing technology. Their engineers rethought everything to come up with this futuristic printer.
The process of printing dates back to 400 years from today. The first kind of prints to be developed were label prints, book prints, letter and seal prints using pressure and image-cut wooden blocks. Then with time, the wood started getting replaced by metal for a cleaner finish and better precision. Printing is the mother of all media as it has been the only means of communicating culture and religion for a very long time.
Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate, inspire and motivate – maybe, this is the reason why different forms of art still continue to flourish. It was the love for aesthetics and all things beautiful that gave birth to fine art. If you travel back in time to the historical era, fine arts broadly existed under five categories: