Why it’s important to print your portraits, a sneak peek of my new Fine Art frames, and adorable High School Senior, Ali! Senior Portraits in Fredericksburg, VA

I had such a wonderful time photographing Ali’s senior portraits in Fredericksburg. Ali’s portraits came out beautiful, and I’m so happy that her mom picked up a bunch of gift prints on her way to visit family out of state. I LOVE that Ali’s family values the importance of printed portraits. I am also super excited that Ali’s family loves my new Fine Art frames as much as I do!

This is just one of seven finishes of the simplistic, yet stunning Fine Art frames I have added to my a la carte and collections. I offer a wide array of products to elevate your portraiture in the form of prints, canvas gallery wraps, framing, albums, and more. I believe it is very important to present and preserve your portraiture, and to transform your walls into a gallery of your loved ones. Sadly, very few people pick up a camera, other than a cell phone photo, never mind print their photos. 53% of consumers have not printed a photo in the last year, 70% do no own photo albums, and 42% no longer intend to print photos at all. The “Lost Generation” in the digital age won’t have the shoe boxes of photos and photo albums to cherish. In this “virtual” world, it is so important that we print our photographs so our children can see images of themselves around the house. I can’t say enough about how very important it is to print and preserve your portraits.


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