A quick favorite of mine from a recent shoot… It will be quiet here for a bit, while I get to finishing up holiday orders! Not to mention actually starting to think about my own holiday cards and Christmas shopping!
I offer lots of custom cards in different papers, shapes and sizes. However, some of you choose to purchase your digital negatives and want to do your own cards. Or, some clients want to pay a small fee, and have me email one or several of your images to a card company. I do this (after a minimum print order) for anyone wanting to order with www.ErinCondren.com or www.TinyPrints.com, but in order to give you even more options for cards, I am now an affiliate with MINTED cards. Please check out my MINTED STORE for lots of great designs! They also carry some fabulous new journals that you can personalize with your photos. Here are some of my favorite selections… (Please note – these are from the Minted site, and are not my photography)
Fine Art Metals and Acrylics are also available for sale, and quite a few client have asked about the difference between these two lately. I will have some samples in my office soon, but in the meantime… a few details.
Fine Art Acrylics are printed on 1/4 inch thick acrylic substrate. Stainless steel standoffs are included, and help mount your art 5/8th of an inch away from the wall. These can only be ordered in certain sizing – 16×16, 16×23.5, 19.5×19.5, 19.5×23.5.
Fine Art Metals are made of brushed aluminum 1 inch thick. Brackets are included within the aluminum box. These can only be ordered in certain sizing – 16×16, 16×23.5, 19.5×19.5, 19.5×23.5.
Almost done editing this session. Big weekend – lots of holiday cards finished! Seven sessions this week with hopefully no more rain!
A gorgeous night at the beach with four beautiful girls…
This is a much overdue blog post – having a hard time narrowing photos down from this session! These three were some of the best behaved kids! It was really hot out the day of our shoot, and Brandt didn’t complain once about wearing a sweater. I was so impressed – he was absolutely amazing with his two sisters.
I LOVE this image… I adore the way baby Annalise is looking up at her big brother and sister.