I can't decide which is better, looking at my LCD screen after I just took an amazing shot, or getting one of those amazing shots in the mail on a big canvas or a blown up print. I guess they will just go hand in hand for now because I am really excited about these print samples I received in the mail just the other day!
One thing I want to start focusing on this year is serving my clients and giving them an experience that they may not be able to find someplace else. I love being able to provide high quality prints, canvases, frames, and albums. It’s so exciting to be able to give clients something they can hang on their walls for years, make gifts for family members, or design an album that be an entertainment piece in a living room, or brought along to family gatherings.
(These are all sample prints to show to my clients so they can see what they are purchasing first! Album samples will be posted soon!)
16x24 This standout print is 1.5 inches thick on white foam and ready to be hung on your wall!
16x24 Gallery wraps are easy to hang and easy to clean. They look great above your bed, your mantel, or just about anywhere!
Details of product thickness. Both the canvas and standout are 1.5 inches thick and come in either black or white siding.
The above images include:
- One 16x24 canvas wrap
- One 16x24 standout
- One 12x18 fine art print, double weight mounted
- One 8x10 print, single weight mounted
Grayson and Gina's wedding was so lovely. There could not have been a better day this summer for such a wedding. The weather was perfect and the sun made for great light. This vintage farm wedding had so many cute and decorative little details that did not go un-noticed. I had a great time spending time with this couple and they could not be more in love and happy to be married. I'm happy to share the moments captured from this beautiful day and hope the rest of my wedding couples could be as great as Grayson and Gina!
Andrew and Kara got married on September 6, 2014. The radar all week had been calling for lots of rain and I was getting pretty nervous since both the ceremony and reception would be outside! We finally got to the big day and we had bright sunshine...and 90 degree weather...in September! I knew Kara before the wedding because we went to the same high school and worked together over the summer. Just before her wedding she finished her training at the police academy and is now working full time in law enforcement! How cool is that?! Not only that but her husband is also in law enforcement. Andrew and Kara decided to go with a Hawaiian themed wedding to go with their outdoor, waterfront wedding venue. Eventually throughout the day, the clouds started rolling in and giving us a much needed cool down after a very hot day. I'm sure the bride and groom as well as everyone else were very grateful that the rain held off up until the end of the wedding!