fotoflōt, a unique Zenfolio fulfillment partner by Tom McAuliffe
fotoflōt, a photo display system, was recently added as a Zenfolio fulfillment partner. We thought it would be helpful to tell you a little about how fotoflōt came into being, and to give a few examples of how they’re used.
The following (mostly personal) examples are only a small sample of the many ways that thousands of fotoflōts have been used. Maybe they’ll stimulate you to come up with some new ways to use them.
fotoflōts are also popular for collages.
fotoflōt is well-suited for panoramics, providing aspect ratios from 2:1 up to 6:1. The wide range of standard sizes make it possible to use panoramics much more widely (so to speak) than is usually the case.
The photographs in this 7.5”x22.5” panoramic are of Tom’s daughter and new son-in-law. A professional photographer took the photos, and Tom created the panoramic (with appropriate permissions).
A number of fotoflōt sizes, from 7.5”x10” to 7.5”x30”, are available with a desk stand. They make good gifts, and can be used alone or as a complement to images mounted on the wall. Tom created this 7.5”x15” desk stand fotoflōt to capture the memory of his other daughter and son-in-law on a wonderful family trip to Montreal.
Magnetic mounting system
The magnetic mounting system provides flexibility that can be used in a number of ways. This example comes from a customer who said, “Artwork that goes on the wall and sits in one place forever tends to get boring. I’m always on the lookout for the possibility of ‘active’ art that can be changed in some way to keep it interesting.”
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