Why your wall art should last forever
I think we can all agree how amazing modern technology is. The advances in photography mean anyone can capture special moments by phone or camera. We post them on social media for our family and friends to ooh and awe, then they are stuffed away in the black hole of digital storage. It’s so easy to forget the photos are there, and never print them. My specialty is printing photos and helping you display them in fun and creative ways.
Here are some notes about printing photos with a professional photographer.
In some cases, you’ve spent a significant amount of money and time to plan and create these memories, just to have them sitting in a CD collecting dust. Think about the investment we make when it comes to providing for our family. These images are gold. Printing photos of these happy times is just another way to invest in your family’s joy.
Have you ever had your images printed locally at the grocery store and the result was less than exciting? Many of these machines found at grocery stores and even pharmacies are automatic and take little to no time. In addition, the downside is they have no color correction or anyone maintaining each client’s order to make sure the printed photos come out looking amazing. I know that my clients have saved a lot of time by allowing me to put the finishing touches on and printing their photos.
3. QUALITY OF PRINTS
When you invest in wall art and albums with me, I’m giving you a lifetime warranty. That’s why I call it an “heirloom”. I want these to last a lifetime–I have spent a great deal of time selecting paper that will last. I am committed to ensuring that your memories are preserved for a lifetime. This is part of quality and replacement warranty you receive when printing photos with me.
4. DISPLAY YOUR PHOTOS
Presentation is very important. When printing photos with clients, I consider each photo and the way they want to display that print. It requires more than just editing and making sure it looks good. A metal print needs to be optimized for metal, a gallery wrap needs to be prepare for canvas material, etc. And of course, retouching and sharpening is dependent upon size. Some of the sessions I do look best displayed in an album where photos are printed to tell a story.
5. GIFTING YOUR PRINTS
Finally, printing photos is a gift that keeps on giving. And more importantly, it’s a gift only you can give. Printed gifts are personal and make amazing keepsakes. They are a great way to preserve and share family history, and to tell them how much you love them.
Printing photos should be enjoyable from the moment you begin picking where in your house to display the artwork to ordering your prints and having them in your hands. Whether you are looking to book a session or have an album made of current photos, reach out to me and I’ll provide the best prints.