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    I'm going to be using a go-pro hero 7 with light source for the dive pics.
    Are there any pointers to make your life easier.

    Maximum size I would want would be an 11x14 .

    Do i need to make the frames for the canvas ?

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    February 5
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      jdMyers
      hey sorry for the delay never saw the post come in. Places like ac MOORE, hobby lobby have what they call frame stretchers for canvas. they are really just individual sides to make up a cheap frame. you can get any of the sides as long as you want. Shelf looks like a bunch of various yard sticks hanging from 6 inch to 60 inch long. they slide together to make your frame. lay the canvas photo and extra on the front of the frame. center it. stretch it tight over the frame and staple it on the back. play with the corners. staple everything. put a piece of felt on the back so no one can see the staples. make it drum tight. thats it.
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