A departing long-serving colleague was given an unusual, unauthorised, yet fitting gift by a parent: a cushion featuring one of my images from Dorneywood House that depicts a stained glass window tribute to the school.
Had permission been asked of me, I would have been only happy to have obliged and would have supplied a full resolution image. As it was, a low resolution image was grabbed off the school’s news letter and used.
The results were surprisingly good, albeit somewhat soft, both visually and physically! – indeed I wonder if the limiting factor is the process rather than the image quality. This is definitely something that I would not consider doing myself, but as a result of this gift, I am now left pondering and suspect that I might dabble in this medium if only to examine the image quality when dealing with higher resolution originals.