Photographic & Tech Musings by Jon Adams

Framed Art

New! Frames are now available in the Fine Art Galleries

Click here to open up the gallery

This is something I’ve wanted to make happen for a long time now. Finally you can order fine art prints with frames! Here’s a quick guide on how to add a frame to your print order.
First, Go ahead and click on one of your favorite images. (I know, it’s hard to choose just one)
On the right hand side of the screen, you’ll see a quick list of products, and a “View all Products” link. Click this.
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Now click on a category, in this case we’ll click “Prints”

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Now you can see the list of available print sizes. (Just a quick note, some of the available sizes require the print to be cropped, you’ll see a preview before you’re done.) Go ahead and select a print size, and click add to cart. You can also select from two different finishes, Luster is a nice textured finish, my favorite for most of my images is the Fuji Pearl, it’s a glossy pearly metallic looking finish.
Now click “Add to Cart”

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Now you’ve arrived at this screen. You can click the “Preview and Configure” your print button to see the framing options and a preview of each.

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Look again to the right hand side of the screen. There’s a Framing and Mounting Button. Click it

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The list of available frames will drop down. Go ahead and click on these frames to try them out on your print! Isn’t this wonderful?

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As you can see, the frame preview looks great!

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Another option, just for fun.

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OK, Just one more to try.

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That’s it, you can add more item to your cart, or check out now. See below for just a couple more notes.

This is the shopping cart. You’ll notice there’s also a “Frame it” option here to be taken to the frame selection interface.

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This is what your preview will look like if you select a print size that needs to be cropped to fit. You can move the crop box around to make it fit the way you like. Note that not all the photographs have room to crop so please make sure it looks the way you like before making your order.

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Thanks for viewing this quick how to post. I’m very excited to have these frames available on my website for you to decorate your homes with. These amazing framed art pieces will ship right to you wherever you are. They look great on your wall.
Jon Adams

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Here’s a link to the gallery

Updated Image "Covenant" Timpanogos Temple


As an artist your technique, style, and technology changes as you grow and learn in your craft along with the passage of time and what is inspiring you at that point in your life. For a long time I was nervous about posting an image for sale because of worrying I might want to finish it again or change certain things. I have learned that at least in the art photography world this is a common feeling. As an artist I will adjust, tweak, or alter my images as I see fit. I'm not talking about major drastic changes in most cases, maybe just a change is density or sharpness. Also printing tech and software technology marches along at an incredible rate. Very often this technological advancement allows me to produce higher quality and more pleasing images that match my vision of what the artwork should look like. I just wanted to share with you my thoughts on this process and post this image that I have recently tweaked, I feel this image is more polished and pretty than it has ever been before, and I have loved it from the beginning, the symbolism of covenants through the rainbow and temple have a special place in my life. As you look thorough my images or any image, it's what you feel when you view that make or breaks and image. That is why there are so many different styles of art in the world.
Please, look at this image in the gallery and make a post in the guestbook on the site,
Here is the link.

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Thanks again
Jon Adams