A while ago I designed an Etsy shop, not really thinking I’d actually get any sales but thought that I might as well give it a go. Although it has been five years since I dropped out of a graphics degree, I still enjoy playing around with photoshop and lightroom. Usually well into the night. After a bit of a waiting game a few orders landed, leaving me thrilled at the idea of my photos hanging up in a house halfway across the world. How mad is that! Long story short, I have been putting my time in isolation to good use and have just listed loads of new prints whilst giving my shop a bit of a facelift. All of my newest photo listings were taken on a film camera. Vintage vibes!
If any of my prints take your fancy, each listing comes with an instant download for A2, A3, A4 sizes and ratios of 2:3 and 3:4. Sounds rather technical but basically this just means that they are ready to go in almost any size you could want to frame them in.
Hit “add to basket” and once you’re through the checkout you can instantly download the print in any size that you wish. It’s now yours to keep!
Either print off at home or if you’re after a larger version send it off to a printing website, Snapfish regularly have offers on and the interface is really user friendly. It takes all of around two minutes to set up an account and upload your print ready for delivery. I recommend using a gloss finish for photos and matte for graphics.
Find a space for the print in your home and frame it up. Ikea are a good option for cheap frames if you’re on a budget. Hint hint, my prints make great gifts too.