Category Archives: How To

Finishing Canvas, Gallery wrap, Photoshop Technique

Embellishment, learn how to add impasto strokes to your inkjet

This how to video shows you step by step instructions for use of Eco Print Shield Elegance to Embellish Giclee Prints. This technique allows you to make each Giclee a one of a kind. Want to read more go to You can add any type of heavy impasto brush strokes to light brush strokes. […]

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What Is HDR “High Dynamic Range”

In image processing, computer graphics, and photography, high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) is a set of techniques that allows a greater dynamic range of luminances between light and dark areas of a scene than normal digital imaging techniques. The intention of HDRI is to accurately represent the wide range of intensity levels […]

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September 27, 2009 - 10:49 am

forex uncovered Thanks guys. Appreciate the suggestions.

Using Dual Edge Ripper to add Hand Torn Paper Edges Or a Deckle Edge Look

Here is the tool to make great looking Prints by adding a deckle edge to your prints. Movie showing Using Dual Edge Ripper

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December 9, 2012 - 7:39 am
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Michael How do I buy your dual edge Ripper?

Printing Canvas: Why and How to Apply A Protective Coating

Why do you want to add a protective coating to your canvas if the canvas is already water resistant? Longevity is the number one reason. Another reason is that it stops the cracking when you do a gallery wrap. All of your edges will not crack after applying Eco Print Shield. Read these 2 PDF’s […]

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March 31, 2012 - 7:35 am

Ben Tebbens Scott, thanks so much for the fabulous video tutorial!! Such great great information.

I was a bit confused about what you said at the end about the last coat determining the “sheen”. I looked back at your first video and it appeared that you used the “satin” for the first coat which I bought and am actually waiting on it to dry as I type this. Is there another product that you would suggest to use for the first and second coats? I am actually looking for a finished “satin” coat. I was a little confused about that part.

Lastly is there a “drying” time between coats, how do I know when it’s ready to apply the second coat? I may have missed that…thanks so so much for this great info. Wishing you the very best, Ben Tebbens.

Gallery Wrap: Fine Art Canvas Technique

The Gallery Wrap Technique is the Photoshop step by step tip on how to create a mirror on the edges of you finished canvas for Canvas Presentations. A totally cool technique for Fine are reproductions.

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August 6, 2009 - 9:49 pm

Bob Sommers I love your site. I’m not a photographer, but you’re work is inspiring me to take this up as a hobby.

I also really enjoyed your videos. You’re certainly the expert. Thanks for all the great tips.

Aloha, Bob Sommers