I remember as a kid, my grandmother would sit down with me to look at the photographs of your family. Prints of her legacy.
There was no DVDs or USB drives. We were holding prints in our hands. Now she’s no longer with us and I’m still holding the same print.
There is a personal connection.
Prints are about getting everything right and making things real.
Getting the right connection of your family. Processing raw files right. Printing images right.
This is the most important part of photography.
First we capture your portraits. Second, we make the best images come to life by printing them.
Obviously, over the years printed portraits became more and more important.
Nobody shows thousands of the images on a computer screen. But one gorgeous portrait framed, nicely printed and displayed on a wall makes statement.
Less is more.
There are so many benefits of printing your images.
Printed images look completely different on a paper then on a screen. Little details come to life. Without high resolution screen behind that image it becomes real.
Print becomes everything it needs to be. Could be a canvas, could be a matted print or page in the album.
Second half of the photography.
Very often photographers go out. Shoot hundreds of images. Give the all the a client and call it a wrap.
Of coarse this makes post-production so easy.
Both parties feel like they got what they wanted. Replacing prints with digital presentation is so easy and convenient.
Doesn’t require any commitment. There is literally no commitment to captured image quality, because it will never be printed.
In our studio you will get the digital image of the print you purchase, but we always print your legacy.
Imagine, you dress up your family. Go to a studio. Take great portraits and in couple weeks you receive bunch of images sent to your email.
Those image will be posted on social media, will be liked, double clicked and then forgotten in couple days.
This is it! You’re done.
To the most people this is where it ends. You won’t look at your photos in weeks and weeks. It’s come and gone in a flash.
It is a small part of your digital past.
Now imagine holding print of your family in your hands. Imagine picking up a space on a wall for your family portrait.
Imagine excitement of finding the right frame for your print.
So many families decorate their walls with generic framed prints available at any store.
So many canvases of yellow cabs are out there. So many generic black and white canvases of the city.
Why not decorate your walls with your own legacy?
Hang your own artwork.
Print your legacy.