I regularly neglect to take photographs of my clients artwork before it leaves the studio, I know, shame on me! It is terribly important that when booking a newborn photography session that you not only book a photographer whose style you adore, but also give thought to how you want to display your final portraits.
With the digital age, many photographers will offer you your images on a USB; quick, easy and cheap… Or not… Do you know how to prepare your files for print, especially large format printing? Do you know about colour calibration and casts? Did you know that all screens are different colours and even the light in your room will change how an image looks on screen? Why would you, you’re not a photographer. Do you have access to professional print labs that offer archival quality artwork? Not unless you’re a photographer. Do you even have the time to sort all of your printing out? I’m guessing its a headache that you would rather avoid! Thankfully, I am trained in especially this and I’m here to help!
Each one of your portraits will be individually checked by myself for brightness, sharpness, colour correction, any minor flaws that might have been missed (I’m a perfectionist so you’re in good hands!). I have sampled many professional labs before choosing the frames, prints and albums that I provide for my clients- only the best will do! When I receive your printed artwork, yep, you got it- it’s all being checked again by my very own hawk eye.
So this blog post is slightly different from my others. Yes I am of course going to share Caleb’s precious portraits from his session! But I’m also going to show you pictures of the artwork that his parents now proudly display in their home. It makes a bit more impact than a USB 😉
And here are the beautiful pieces of art that we had made for Caleb’s family:
Our fine art prints should really be seen (and felt!) in person, and you can rest easy knowing that they will last as treasured possessions for generations to come.
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