Panoramic Picture Frames - Online at Frame Destination

If you have wide photographs of sweeping landscapes or large groups of people (such as a class or team picture), panoramic picture frames are a natural choice. Such frames have an aspect ratio that is very wide with limited height.

panoramic framesBecause every panoramic image is unique, it is virtually impossible to offer panoramic picture frames ready-to-use out of the box, as it were. However, at Frame Destination, you'll find all the supplies you need to successfully create your own custom panoramic picture frames, as well as full support from framing experts and educational web resources and books on the topic of framing. When you need panoramic frames including 10 X 30 frames, shop online at Frame Destination for quality, value and knowledge.

Successful framing begins with mountboard, which is the base to which the artifact (painting or photo) is rests. It is important that the artifact is able to move and is not permanently attached to the mountboard; otherwise, buckling may occur as the mountboard expands and contracts with the ambient temperature of the room. Photo corners or hinging tissue will keep your panoramic photo in place while allowing some “flex.”

Matboard is placed over the photo, and prevents the photo from coming into physical contact with the glazing. It is important to purchase acid-free materials; otherwise, these acids can seep into the photo, interacting with photographic chemicals and causing unsightly yellowing. This also allows for air circulation, preventing moisture from becoming a problem.

Frame Destination makes it easy for customers to order what they need to create their own panoramic picture frames. First, we recommend that you visit our webpage on picture framing, particularly if you are new to the craft. If you have questions, you can call 1-877-5FRAMES in order to peak to one of our framing experts, who will be happy to advise you and suggest resources that can be of help in your framing endeavor. Orders go out within 72 hours, and we offer shipping discounts for bulk orders.

About the author


Mark Rogers is an amateur photographer and the founder of Frame Destination, Inc. In 2004 Mark realized the framing industry was not keeping up with the evolution of photography via new digital technology and started Frame Destination in his garage. Now his company has thousands of do-it-yourself framing customers across the US that it helps with its 11,000 square feet production facility in Dallas, TX.

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