It is not unusual for customers to request small (sometimes not so small) changes to adapt the images to their liking. If you love any of my pictures but the final result is not 100% what you wanted, tell me about it and I will do my best to get it there.
One real example: Sarah, a nice lady from Seattle, wanted to print Michelangelo’s Doni Tondo on canvas and stretch it on a round frame instead of a square one as the image I have for sale is intended to be. Together, we worked on it until we got what she wanted. Starting from the measures of the final frame she would stretch the canvas on, we adapted the image size and added a cloned border so the sides of the frame would resemble the actual frame of Michelangelo’s masterpiece as you can see it in the Ufizzi Gallery in Florence.
This is the final result at Sarah’s home (thank you, Sarah, for your kind permission). The shadow is real, not part of her canvas.
If you need to contact me for anything else, this is the right place too, of course.