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Making Professional Panoramic Gallery Wraps

Looking to create a professional panoramic canvas gallery wrap from your landscape photographs? Local photographer Robert Rydin is a landscape and portrait photographer who loves to shoot panoramic photography. A problem he was having was getting his prints on canvas to be gallery wrapped. Not only that, Robert wanted a solution that was easy enough to use without having to purchase any additional canvas stretching equipment.

To shoot photos, Robert uses a Nikon D3X. Robert prints on an Epson Stylus Pro 9900 44” printer with the Epson Exhibition Canvas Matte and finishes the canvas with the Clearshield Type C Satin coating.

We came up with a solution for Robert by using our StretchIT Gallery Wrap Professional Bars to wrap his canvas. In order to accommodate for the larger size, Robert used the Professional Bar Extenders to connect two stretcher bars together, creating one long stretcher bar. The gallery wrap was then assembled using the same method as video instruction guide.

In the end, the gallery wraps were stunning. See below for a couple of photos of the finished product. The canvases are wrapped in a plastic covering from ProArtPack.com to protect the prints during delivery.

Check out some more of Robert’s photos by going to his website – www.RobertRydin.com


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