February Special

February Free 16x20 Wrap

I was recently inspired by a well-written blog post by one of my all-time favorite photographers, Heidi Hope. It wasn’t a “new topic” to my thoughts. I often think about how I choose to give digital files with my sessions & I feel like those discs sit at my client’s home, not printed & not shown. But now that I’ve been in the industry for 2.5 years and have sent at least 100 cd’s of images to clients, I wonder- are they REALLY seeing the value in their “final product”??? A disc can not be all we show for these new, beautiful memories!

I recently designed a wall collage of gallery wraps for a very sweet client of mine and I must say, I’m awe-stricken with how beautiful it turned out. Those images are now a work of art in her home, where they’re able to admire them on a daily basis. THAT’S what I want for my clients.

Heidi said it best here….

“With the rapid change in technology, the only way to preserve your photographs so that they can be enjoyed for generations is by producing something tangible out of them.  What’s even greater, I can guarantee that you will be even happier with your investment in professional photography if you do so!   No one ever calls to say how much they love their DVD.  They call to say how much their friends raved about their greeting cards this year, or how their wall art makes them smile every time they walk by, or how their toddler daughter looks at her newborn album every day!”

With that said, February’s special is a FREE 16×20 Gallery Wrap with any booked session in the month of February! Something you can hang on your wall. And I will encourage you to purchase other products.. why? Because I would be doing you an injustice if I didn’t 🙂

**To read all of Heidi Hope’s blog post on this topic, please visit Heidi Hope Photography**

**BLOG POST TO COME WITH IMAGES OF THE FINAL WALL COLLAGE**

4 thoughts on “February Special

    • Elaine! I did another one for another client, too!! Just wait.. you will love it 🙂 We need to order the collage for your upstairs wall also – let me know when you are ready! Miss you.

  1. I already told you I think this is genius but I have to say it here again! It makes perfect sense. Even I am guilty of letting my precious birth photography pictures become a distant memory in a DVD inside a box somewhere. Shame on me!

    • Thank you so much, Katherine! And yes, we have shared conversation elsewhere, but THANK YOU for taking the time to share your comments 🙂 It is SO true that in this digital era we tend to keep thousands of images on a hard drive & cd’s. What would we do if that CD broke or that hard drive crashed? CRY! lol. So, I am making many more efforts to PRINT my images more.. and it doesn’t have to be expensive! I’ve began making a photo book of images from each of the kid’s birthdays. I actually just finished my eldests’ 2nd birthday photo book today! It takes hours to do (cause I’m a perfectionist LOL) but it’s so worth it when it arrives! My boys love looking through these books and they ask a lot of questions, and smile as they look at the photos of themselves so young and so loved. ❤

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