Virtual interior decorating

My Photoshop skills are a bit rusty, but I revived them over the weekend for a quick job on behalf of Rose’s college. They have been contemplating the possible hanging of a large painting in a couple of new locations, and wanted to get a feel for how it might appear.

The painting, however, is over 2m square and currently in storage, so just holding it up for a moment while someone else gives their opinion would have been a little impractical. So I offered to do a quick non-artist’s impression.




Isn’t technology wonderful?

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Vou could probably just fit a giant monitor & have a different picture for who is in the entrance hall 🙂

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