This makes me happy. Clients from all over the Twin Cities hire me as their family photographer because they want me to capture this special time in their lives, and beyond that, they want to have gorgeous prints and products that they can enjoy from their session. I LOVE seeing my client’s favorite photos printed, and not just sitting on a computer somewhere. Don’t get me wrong – there’s nothing wrong with wanting digital copies or your images (lord knows I have a computer full of them), but nothing beats actually holding, touching and looking at a beautifully printed image.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted one of these, but I have a big backlog of client orders to share from last fall so I thought I’d do one huge post with some images from several different orders (and then try to do a better job at keeping up with regular posting in the future). This is just a small sample of some of the many things you can do with your images. Some of my clients don’t have a lot of wall space, and prefer small prints and albums. Some love to adorn their walls with gorgeous framed prints. Most choose to include some or all digital files with their order for personal archiving. No matter what works best for you and your family, I’ll be there to help plan, design and deliver your finished product. I want you to be able to proudly display your family’s photos and have them bring you joy each and every time you look at them. Here are a few ways you can do that:
1). Set of 4×6 gallery proofs, desk prints (8×10 and smaller), and a custom designed hand bag. This family has ordered a couple of these purses from different sessions, so I’m including photos of both. These purses come in several different sizes and styles, and can have photos on both sides to display your favorite images everywhere you go.
2). Fine Art wall print on Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper, wood mounted standout collage (wrapped for protection before delivery), gift prints and Christmas cards (packaged in sets of 25 with envelopes). Cotton gloves are included with fine art prints to protect the prints during handling.
3). Styrene-mounted desk prints (11×14 and 8×10), matted fine art prints on Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper, and digital files.
4). Heirloom album, styrene-mounted wall prints, desk prints and digital files.
I hope these images help get your wheels turning! Are you looking for a Twin Cities family photographer? Click the contact tab above and let’s start planning!