Your Photos

Displaying your pictures

Whichever pictures you select you are going to want to display them at their very best.

Your Fine Art Dog Portraits will look fabulous when displayed in your home and have that WOW factor!

We offer a full range of top quality wall-art products all produced in the UK by leading Photo Finishers,

that only supply professional photographers.

Not just photos but works of art, that your family will enjoy for many years.

Displaying your Fine Art Dog Portrait photographs is a very personal choice.

The décor of the house and the space can greatly affect the choice of product used to display your Fine Art Dog portraits,

which is why we can offer you an exclusive range of Gallery Wall Frames.

Our Range includes beautiful classic and luxury framed pictures, the very popular Box Frames and Mosaic Box Frames.

Recently added to our range are the Acrylic Gallery and the Photo Box with USB, and much more.

We also have a range of Photo Gift and Desk products 

Desk Framed Pictures start from just £93.

Wall Framed Pictures and Wall Art start from £400 to also include a USB of all edited images.

Our Fine Art Dog Portrait clients invest on average £490 on wall-art.

We also offer substantial discount for multi buys. 

We can arrange to spread the cost with as little as a 15% deposit.

Choosing your Wall Art and how to position it

To get the most for your photo shoot and the pictures it is important to choose your wall-art carefully.

Our most popular wall-art is the classic framed pictures and the very popular box frames,

both styles have a clean and contemporary look.   

If you would like something different or more modem we have the new circular Acrylic Gallery or the Mosaic Box frames.

You may also want to consider a collection of smaller ‘Wall Art’ arranged in a striking layout on your wall.

Collections make a strong visual statement and, of course, give you more flexibility to change layouts in the future

How to position your Wall Art

To help with positioning family photos correctly, measure the space and aim to cover approximately 75% of the available wall,

if you choose to have a framed picture, remember to allow some space for the depth of the frame itself.

If the image is too small in the given space it will look very ‘lost’ and if it’s too big it will be very overbearing,

remember if you choose a large picture you will need space to be able to stand back to view it.

A lot of customers display pictures on the wall up the stairs, here 3 or 4 smaller pictures would look better. 

We are happy to advise you if you bring along your measurements to the viewing.

Think about the actual height of the pictures.  Most people hang their photo frames too high!

Imagine standing in front of your picture frame and looking at the image at eye level to determine the correct size

height of your chosen photos.

Please note we do not sell individual digital files or loose prints, unless they are part of a package or special offer,