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Rick Granick

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Here is one I just did to show off LJ's Jepara line. The dad is one of my best friends, and I love this photo.


Jepara 398810 / Double mat of B4414 Firefly silk / fillet: Studio F35 / Museum Glass.
(The opening in the top mat is two rounded-corner rectangles grouped with a regular rectangle.)


:cool: Rick


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Rick Granick

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Greg, I think this moulding is for a wedding photo or a beach scene. :D

Les, I know... I get choked up when I look at it. I've known Danny "since before we were born" (his dad and mine were friends when they were young). He's a great dad himself. Jennifer is a great girl, and she clearly adores him. That was a very happy moment for all, and an incredible evening.

:cool: Rick
 

Joe Weinbeck

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Rick, Perfect - I have wanted to come up with a nice sample for the Jepara moulding but just could not get the mother of pearl to work with what I have, you gave me a great idea. I will have to do some searching for something in my collection that will have somewhat of the same effect, though the photo you used speaks for itself. All I can say to your use of the moulding, mat, fillet, and accent groove is "WOW". Very nice. Joe
 

James R Cook GCF

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Nice well you do young jedi

Rick I priced this at about 265. if it was a 10x13?

How could you be inbusiness and not have that line hanging on your wall...

I can see this going great on a oil bought in the Caribbean from a street vendor...yeaaaaaa
 

Kai Vanuffelen

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I got two of those Jepara samples hanging on my wall too. They are new and covered with shells. The rep, John Simpson, said they are suitable for wedding photos. He's correct.
I wonder how they made the shells flat and adhere to the timber without falling off.

Nice work Rick.
Is this a father without his bridal daughter?
No offense, sometimes you hear about these octogenarians marrying twenty year old beauties. That marriage lasts for five years until divorce or passing of the octogenarian.
 
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Stephen Ellis

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Hello everyone, first of all I just want to say thank you for letting me join your forum and learn all about framing and all the ends and outs of it.
I love photography and I to have them framed but it would be much better if I could do it myself as well. I have done some wedding photgraphy
before, it was nice to be able to take photos at their weddings.
 

Myrna Dow

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Well shoot! I can not see the photo and it sounds terrific. Can you post it again or is it something on my end?
 

Mike Labbe

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Rick posted the picture in 2014, and the external image link has since expired. Hopefully, he will see this and re-post.

Welcome to Framer's Corner, Stephen!
 
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Stephen Ellis

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Hello everyone, first of all I just want to say thank you for letting me join your forum and learn all about framing and all the ends and outs of it.
I love photography and I to have them framed but it would be much better if I could do it myself as well. I have done some wedding photography
before, it was nice to be able to take photos at their weddings.
Thank you,
Stephen Ellis
http://quickfixgaragepros.com
 
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Stephen Ellis

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Hello everyone, first of all, I just want to say thank you for letting me join your forum and learn all about framing and all the ends and outs of it.
I love photography and Quick Fix Garage Pros I to have them framed but it would be much better if I could do it myself as well. I have done some wedding photography
before, it was nice to be able to take photos at their weddings.



Thank you for allowing me to join this group, I hope everyone is doing well today.
Steven
 
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