Monday, April 04, 2011
We went for a Sunday drive on Saturday. It was the better of the days.
We followed signs to a church in the country.
When we finally found it, there was a truck with a trailer carrying a four wheeler parked right in the very
front of the church. It ruined the photo op.
Well. Except for the pooch in the back of the truck.
He/She had a cute patch over his/her eye.
Yesterday I dropped off the prints from a recent session. This little girls mom gave me a copy of the announcement she had made with the digital file I sent her. (Infant and Senior Sessions get a dig. file n/c if they would like one for announcements)
I absolutely adore it! I think she did a fantastic job designing it. She used Tiny Prints.
Wonderful color and paper quality. It made my day!
Pretty cute picture too :o)
I'm planning on adding a mini session to my session choices for my photography business this year.
I'm not sure if they will be on specific days only or clients choice. I will definitely bundle it with a 8 x 10....or perhaps an 11 x 14.
It will only be 1/2 hour shoot.
Still thinking about this one.
I also want to think of a way to encourage parents/clients to buy something large.
Seriously I think under a 11 x 14 is tiny. I need to think of a way of encouraging this.
I don't want to do this to make more money. I just really want them to have a nice big print or two or three of
their session. I'm afraid the digital files and 5 x 7 get tossed in a drawer.
Perhaps a deal for 11 x 14's. Something like that.
Do you ever print your pictures larger than a 4 x 6?
Do you always put pictures in frames?
The thing I like about 11 x 14 is that I mount them on something hard and they can stand up without a frame....and then I just set them on top of things. Framing and hanging is another thing, isn't it?
I also like the big canvases cause them come the nice hanging wires already...and all I need is a nail.
(Which is also a tricky situation around here. Where do all the nails go? )
I'd be happy to hear your opinions on picture sizes and framing and whether you put your pictures in albums?
Awake, thou wintry earth -
Fling off thy sadness!
Fair vernal flowers, laugh forth
Your ancient gladness!
~Thomas Blackburn, "An Easter Hymn"
Encourage one another,
Hey! I just thought of something.
11 x 14
buy one get one for free :o)