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Old 03-11-2012, 05:34 PM
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Modern/urban room setting with facing blank wall for staging artworks

Hi,

I paint acrylic abstracts and it works great with modern setting or urban decay or rustic type of room interiors.

I am looking for photos to stage my artwork with for online sale. You know, the ones that have a blank wall with furnitures, but close enough so you could actually see the artwork once it's placed in the picture?

I saw examples in the various online stock photo sites, but most are computer generated, and looked very sterile. I was hoping someone would have something that has more warmth, characters and a facing blank wall similar this one I found on http://www.morguefile.com/archive/display/11429

Thanks!!

Hung-Tsu
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Re: Modern/urban room setting with facing blank wall for staging artworks

I think perhaps you could manufacture a scene in photoshop?

Doug
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