Transferring Photos To WoodDPMag Published in Blog
Here's a fun project to try if you're looking for an earthy, antique-y way to display your photographs: transfer them to wood. Photographer James Brandon created this tutorial after his wife talked him into transferring a photograph with the technique, and he was blown away by the results. I'd have to agree; it's a pretty great way to create a totally unique print. After all, everybody's making nice photographs these days—but almost nobody is printing them on big hunks of trees! Make a big print on wood and you're sure to have a one-of-a-kind piece of art for your wall. Read all about it at the DPS blog, then get to work!
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