A Creative Approach
Creativity takes on many mediums. You may have creative talents on canvas or with an instrument; I prefer the artistic medium of photography. For example, I can look out at a field and see an image of a person dancing in the middle of it. I then turn my vision into reality with a photoshoot. I can take photographs of the dancer up close or at a distance. Many times I take the photograph both ways so I have a variety of shots and images to choose from. I can also take something simple like a train on the tracks and turn it into a visually appealing photo. I can blur the train and leave the background crisp, so it appears the train is moving, or leave the train in focus and blur the background. The way an image can be manipulated gives a creative twist that can only be accomplished behind the lens.
Thephotograms.com carries a variety of ways for me to show my creative side in printed form. I use metal photograms for the more industrial-style photos I take. If the image is more fun and geared towards kids, I will have it printed on the sticky, easy-to-apply wall decal. If you want to take your artwork up a notch and give it a more luxurious look, your image can be printed on the glassy in either a 20X30 or 24X36.
Your creative passion does not have to stay on a drive or the computer, show it off with a variety of mediums created by thephotograms.com. Photograms bring your photos out into the open for all to see. You work hard to create the images; now let those photos shine on your wall.