Photo and Print Cropping Guide

With so many different print sizes to choose from, how do you know which one works best for your chosen image?  This is one of those times when your photographer can really help you out and guide you to the perfect print aspect and size.   Sometimes you may think, “He’s just trying to get me to buy a larger size.”  Really, no, we’re not.  We just know what size will work best with the photo you want us to print.  And yes, we may direct you to a larger size because the size you’ve chosen is simply too small for the wall space where you plan to display the piece.  Not sure?  Take a look at our Wall Sizing Guide here!  Take a look at the Cropping Guide image and you’ll see that the exact same photo looks better in some sizes and aspects than it does in others. Ready to book a session to get beautiful portrait pieces for your wall?   Contact us today and we’ll schedule an appointment to discuss your photo...

What Size to Order? A wall guide ….

People ask us all the time, “What size print should I order?”  It really depends on where you’re planning to display the piece.  But, unless it’s a 5×7 or 8×10 for your desk, I can tell you that you need to order up a size from what you were thinking.   Everyone thinks a 16×20 canvas is huge … until they order one and hang it on their wall over the sofa.  We hear it again and again, “I should have ordered a larger piece.” We’ve created this handy sample display to show you what you can expect your art piece to look like in your home.  One thing you will notice immediately is that 5×7 and 8×10 sizes are designed to go on tables and shelves.  They simply don’t work well on the wall unless you’re adding a collection of them to produce one large piece of mixed-image art. Still not sure what size to order?  We can help you...

Photographers – Fair Market Value

Photographers – Pricing at Fair Market Value We’ve written a short article for photographers to show how to price your work for your market.  If you’re a new photographer and think your work isn’t worth Fair Market Value, you need to read this article immediately.   If you’re an experienced photographer and stuck in a pricing rut, unable to get to where you want to be in your business, read this article.  You might discover what’s going wrong and how to fix it. Photographers – Pricing at Fair Market...