Saturday, June 18, 2011

The "Doors of Israel" photo

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I have had several requests from people wanting to purchase a copy of the "Doors of Israel" print. I am working on making that available. My main problem is that the template I used to make it will only enlarge to about 11x14. I am trying to find a template that would allow me to make a bigger one but I'm not sure what size is of interest. If you are interested in a print, can you please leave a comment or email me the size you would like? (No obligation to purchase--just gives me an idea of the size that would interest everyone.)

Thank you!! I will offer it soon and 30 percent of the proceeds will go to help the babies at Morning Star Foundation.

9 comments:

Lori said...

I'm thinking that an 8x10 would be great...I would likely put it in a big chunky frame.

I'm interested, for sure! I would love one for my house and my MIL would love it as well...I might get it as a gift for her.

Thanks!

Jennifer said...

I would love a print for my daughter who also has a thing for doors and has photographed them from Haiti to Mali and back again. Size? I'm not the photographer. Whatever you think is best.

Theanne and Baron said...

I love this photo...8x10 would work for me. Any size I could easily find a frame for...your header is beautiful!

trustandobey said...

Awesome!!! Love it!!

Kimberlie said...

Wow! 16x20 would be awesome but 11x14 would work for me too. I love that photo!

Waitingfaithfully said...

Me! Me! Me! I love this photo Karin, and I love that it will help the babies at Morning Star! An 8x10 or 11x14 would be great!

Beautiful work!

Blessings~

Tina

Jennifer said...

I checked in with the photographer. I couldn't keep a secret. She oohed and awed. She would love an 11X14.

Thanks.
J

Jo's Corner said...

The bigger, the better! This is a photo that needs to be the center of attention in any room! : )

Brandee said...

I love that photo! I think 16x20 would be great~ although 11x14 is a good size to start with (wink, wink).