Our dear friend and customer, Dawn McCarthy of Dawn McCarthy Photography sent Abby [customer service] some kind words this week that we wanted to share!
Here is the fabulous email we got from her:
"I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my wall collages. I know it took me FOREVER to make the decision on how to puzzle them together and FINALLY place the order but it was SO WORTH IT once they hung on my walls. I am in love!!! I feel like they add such dimension to the rooms. Thank y’all so much for always being so terrific!!!
Overall, I could not be happier. I absolutely LOVE the images that I used and the way they came together in the final presentation. The color and clarity is spot on!!! THANKS A MILLION!!! I am so excited to “show them off.” Lotsa love to y’all!!! XOXO"
Dawn mixed 'n matched our standout clusters! She used:
1 - Cluster 28 - (10 - 10x10's)
1- Cluster 19 - (3-10x20's)
2 Cluster 18s - (2-10x20's, 1-16x20)
All standout clusters utilize the 3/4" standout mount.
Combine our clusters just like Dawn did to create your own display. View other Color Inc clusters, here! Or, if you'd like to make your very own unique cluster, you can always add standout mounting to most prints. Be sure to check out our our mountings page for sizes by clicking here.
If you have any images of our products we would LOVE to see them! E-mail them to [email protected] Thanks! :)
We all know that copyrighting your images is a must-do, but are we doing everything we can for it? Do you know that you can easily apply your copyright information with Adobe Bridge? This information is stored in the metadata of your file(s). Basically a 'behind-the-scenes' way to ensure your image will always have your information attached to it. Here's how:
Open an image in Photoshop.
From the top menu bar click 'File/File Info...'
We will fill out the Description tab, then move on to the IPTC tab.
*There are some properties are not pertinent to fill out at this time, and may change with each session.
SAMPLE Copyright Notice: © 2011, Color Inc Digital Pro Lab
*Please note that information such as: Keywords and Descriptions are optional and may change with different sessions. I chose to leave these out at this time. If you'd like you can create different metadata templates for different types of session, such as weddings, seniors, families etc. I find that a simple studio copyright will work just fine.
Now we will save your template.
You should now see a © symbol pop-up next to your file name.
Head over to Adobe Bridge and select a folder of images you'd like to apply this metadata copyright to.
That's it! You should now see the IPTC data come up on the right-hand side of Bridge when looking at an image. You will also see your © Copyright Notice text when you open your images in Photoshop, and when looking in any 'file info' or 'properties' commands.