Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Big Print Sale

Now this can be read in two different ways, one is a (Big) Print Sale and the other is a (Big Print) Sale. We are running the latter with a 25% off sale on all prints 16x20 and larger, including Gallery Wraps. There are some new options with Gallery Wraps as well called Photo Splits, which are three Gallery Wraps of a single image split into a series. See the image below. We are also extending the sale to include float mounts which are a thin canvas wrap mounted on a block so it sits farther from the wall. Depending how it's lit, the shadow it creates can add a unique design element to the image. There are other options for the Gallery Wraps as well, such as high gloss wraps and leather wraps. For those of you who don't know what a Gallery Wrap is to begin with, it's an image printed on canvas that wraps around a wooden stretcher frame and part of the image wraps around the edge so it does not need to be framed.
If you want a more traditional look, we just picked up a new line of frames and mattes at the PPSNYS trade show, which not only look awesome, but they are priced right as well.
The "Big Print" Sale will run through the end of April, however plan ahead and come in soon if you would like these back for Mother's Day.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Little Miss Maddie

A few years ago, I had the pleasure of photographing the wedding of Holly and Rob at Belhurst Castle. Fast forward to 2010 and I had the joy of photographing the result of their union, Little Miss Maddie. She was a riot to photograph, ranging in emotion from pure joy to tears and even got in a spontaneous nap. I'm already looking ahead to next years print competition with some of these.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Snow Day

With the south getting all the snow this year, when winter finally did arrive late in February, I took full advantage of it. I went to Cumming Nature Center with Stacy, who you may recognize from our waterfall shoot earlier this summer. She's great. She always puts up with my crazy ideas, which also usually coincides with her freezing her butt off. We're not done yet though. We have one last hurrah planned for her with her dress before it's retired.