Happy New Year! Let's talk about wood prints. They're one of my latest obsessions, and I ordered three for gifts this year. Since the photo is printed directly onto the wood, the texture and tint from the grain produce a vintage effect.
It was Jeff's idea to transform the Matterhorn image above into a wood print as a wedding gift for a dear friend I studied with in Switzerland way back in the 90s. Since I took the photo on 35mm film and the 90s is quickly becoming vintage, a wood print seemed like a nice touch. Here's what it looks like from the side.
A wood print seems like a natural fit for an image of an old barn, too. You may remember the photo below from this post about our friends' farm.
My sister-in-law and her family recently moved, so I thought a wood print of this photo—the view from their former backyard—would make a pretty housewarming gift.
I'm Julia Soplop, writer and photographer. I believe there is something profound in bearing witness to moments of joy and pain in others’ lives. My husband, three girls and I live outside of Chapel Hill, NC. You can read more about me here.
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