Not only do I love taking pictures of my clients, but I also love creating products. It’s one thing to have great images of your family in digital format, but it’s a whole other level when you have them in print. I personally find that I don’t really look at my digital images, so I’m making an effort to print more storyboards and portraits of my family to hang in my home. I encourage my clients to do the same because it’s really something you can enjoy as the years pass. New photographs can be added to the wall which makes for a great display as well as walk down memory lane.
This is my source of inspiration for how to hang photographs in my home. Not only are the great looking, but they are fairly simple and inexpensive to do. This is the last article I wanted to share which might give you some ideas for displaying your photos.
There are so many great products out there whether you are looking for traditional framed prints, sleek modern wraps, timeless gallery wrapped canvas, photo handbags, keepsake boxes, standouts, or a combination of any or all of them.
Instead of the shoe box full of pictures our parents had, we are now collecting cds or filling up hard drives. I say it’s time to get busy printing and hanging those pictures for friends and family to enjoy. Make your photos into art for your home.
I’ll leave you one of my latest displays in my house. I picked a few different pictures of my boys, and to unify them I converted them all to black and white. I love the pinwheel formation. Next time I’ll share some storyboard ideas.