I've spent the past 6 months working on a new website to help outdoorsmen and women preserve the memories they capture during their adventures. Now, anyone will be able to create a unique product with their memory preserved on it at http://www.theartofwaterandwoods.com/.
I have a new 24x36 framed print of a favorite fishing spot hanging in my living room that was converted to Black and White using a tool on the web site. My wife was skeptical until she saw it and now she wants to use the image on all our holiday cards this year. It looks awesome. You can even convert photos to Sepia if you wish. It's very easy to create a piece of fine art that you would be proud to display in your home or office.
The mail lady just delivered a few more items that I created at the site using some scenic photos I took during a fishing trip. I ordered a couple refrigerator magnets, a mouse pad, and a jigsaw puzzle to give as a gift. Now every time I reach for my mouse or go into the refrigerator, I'll be reminded of the time I caught the biggest steelhead of my life.
Visitors to the site will be able to use some of the photos from my library or upload their own. I was able to find a print vendor that allows me to offer high quality products and very competitive prices. There are hundreds of product variations to choose from.
One person who is having his bathroom tiled ordered a few tiles to be mixed in with the ones that were originally picked out.
Another person uploaded a graphic with his company logo and ordered a tote bag.
A friend said he is looking through his pictures to create a calendar that shows the best fish he caught during each month of the past year.
The refrigerator magnets are going pretty good too. I just ordered a key chain with the dogs picture and can't wait for that to show up. I might also get one with a picture of my boat for my boat keys.
Rather than list all of the products here, take a look at the site and see for yourself everything we have to offer. Compare the prices too. Chances are that big department store in town or mega-sized website you've been using for prints uses the same print vendor.
To view a tutorial of how the site works, you can visit this page:
I'll be replacing the videos with better ones eventually, but there is another one that shows some of the products that are available:
As always, please email me any ideas or comments about the site. There is a contact page on the site that will give you my email address.