I would appreciate any information I can get on this, as I really feel that if my photos were mounted correctly, they could sell in a store.
Sorry that I'm asking such Basic info. Just can't find any simple, basic answers out there!
Were they hanging in the same place? Could be a different air flow causing more rapid warming and cooling. Could be moisture in around two of them? Were they left in a car? Were the points too tight? Could be the way the package was put int he frame they were "pinched" preventing expansion and contraction. Unfortunately, without looking at them, the list goes on and on. Even looking would likely not be conclusive.Originally posted by Nan:
I just don't understand why it did it to two of them, but not the other one.
As Cliff pointed out, the frame's contents need to be able to acclimate to ambient changes by expanding and contracting. So, making the frame package tighter might actually make the wrinkling worse.Originally posted by Nan:
...Do you guys think it would help if I put more "filling" behind the picture so it can't move as much?