1. Colour of the frame
Using muted and plain colors for the frame, such as white or black or brown is usually the best plan to avoid distracting from the photos on display.
2. What photos best represent who you are?
Think about what photos you would like hanging on your walls? Do you prefer photos of people or landscapes? Do certain colours make you happy? Choose the pictures that represent the photographer you are.
3. Locate the center of a frame before hanging it
To find the center of a frame putting it on a hook. pivot the top of the frame on a pencil. Find the frames center on this pencil. It will save you time in the long run.
4. Do not hang frames too high
The average persons eye level is about 4.5 feet from the ground. Most of us hang frames well above this mark.
5. Avoid Direct Sunlight
Direct sunlight will fade your photos. Our photos are printed on high quality photographic and should withstand sunlight, but still it is advised to keep photos out of strong direct sunlight, just like they do in museums.