To help you make sure that your kiddos have tangible memories to rummage through when they are older, I offer a few products that best showcase your pictures.
The print lab I work with donates part of every single sale to Water.org. As if this wasn’t already a great reason to work with them, the papers used at this lab are amazing and I haven’t found any other labs that match the quality they deliver.
I repurpose packing materials when sending prints and photo books to you. This means that products don’t come wrapped up in pretty packages that would be thrown out within minutes, which results in less trash pile up in landfills.
Photo books that tell the story of the session are by far the most popular tangible product. These 12×8 inch photo books with matte lay flat pages look gorgeous on a coffee table or on your shelf.
Gallery style matted prints
Drawing inspiration from photo exhibits and galleries, there are two matted print options that showcase documentary family and newborn pictures beautifully. This way you can add your prints into a frame of your choice, and switch up frame styles if you ever decide to change your decor.
Custom size prints and mats are also available.
9×6 print in a 16×16 mat
9×6 print in a 16×20 mat
Prints mounted onto a black board are a nice and sleek alternative to canvas prints.
The archival quality print options that my clients love are a matte photo paper, and a museum grade ultra smooth paper. The printing is done at a lab that uses an old school method of printing, and they guarantee that the prints don’t fade or yellow for a lifetime.
The matte photo paper is a bit thinner than the ultra matte, and the tone is a crisp cooler white. It suits homes well that have a monochrome black-and-white or a cool color scheme.
The ultrasmooth museum grade paper has a bit more texture, and is a warmer tone of white. They suit homes with warm tones best.