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If you hang your wall art up in a room that is rather dark, for example due to insufficient daylight or rather dull lamp bulbs, then you will quickly notice that the contrasts in your image are no longer very striking. A wall art, which looks sharp when viewed in good light, now seems somewhat dull and lack any real contrast. This is down to poor lighting.
To get around this problem, select an image that contains plenty of contrasts. This is indicated by the fact that both the dark and the light areas in the image stand out clearly from one another. If necessary, you can use the image processing tools in the Pixum Photo World software to enhance the contrast artificially to meet the lighting situation. It works like this:
- Open the wall art project on the Pixum Photo World software
- Upload your photo or image
- Start by double clicking on the photo?s processing options
- In the window that opens up, select the "Adjustments" tab and then "Brightness & Contrast"
- Use the lower slider to adjust the contrast. Moving it to the right means that the contrast is enhanced. Moving it to the left weakens the contrast.
- Confirm the changes by clicking on OK
If your shot is more muted and not too brightly coloured, it is ideally suited for a rather dark room. Since the pictures would be quite dark anyway, they naturally show a rather high degree of contrast and come into their own element. If, on the other hand, your wall art is predominantly made of light and clear elements, you should hang it up in a bright room.
Caution: You should not hang up a picture on a wall that faces a window, if the picture has a reflective surface. This applies to the materials, gallery print or the use of acrylic glass. Otherwise, the picture can only be seen in part because of distorting reflections.