It seems a good portion of my clients purchase the Digital Collection which I love because it means they have an archived keepsake of their images and can print them to share with family and friends. However, once those images are delivered I’m not always sure what happens with them. Were they adored in the original viewing gallery, but now live in a drawer on my client’s desk? Have they been uploaded and shared across the Internet? Is there a lovely wall now filled with these images in my client’s home?
While I am hoping most have been printed for wall art, gifts for family and a keepsake album, I am also fearful that some clients may be overwhelmed once they’ve received their images and have no idea what to do with them. They know they loved them and had to have them, but trying to decide which ones to print, what sizes and where to put them is so daunting a task that for months the images just stay on the flash drive (or disc) with little hope of seeing the light of day.
It is for this very reason that a large number of professional photographers do not offer digital files to clients and instead try to help them realize what they want their images for and present them with a finished product ready for hanging on the wall, filling in picture frames or displaying on the coffee table. Although I offer an affordable digital collection and value the ability for my clients to have them for archival purposes, I am really excited when I can help YOU my clients visualize what products you want and where you want to put them in your homes to show off and cherish your beautiful family every day of the year.
Recently I have been blessed by clients so in love with their images they have sent me pictures of what they have done with their images. I can’t tell you how happy it made me to see the images of you and your families that I cherish being displayed on your walls! I asked them if I could share here on the blog with YOU in hopes of giving you some ideas for ways to display your lovely images. Oh and by the way these are all phone pics so just ignore the grain and embrace the beautiful displays! For my ideas please check out my Photo Display Inspiration Board on Pinterest!
A well thought out wall display merging images from their early pregnancy mini-session and newborn session (don’t you just love that mirror?!)
A perfect and timeless way to display this family photo above the fireplace (I love the quote below it, “The most important thing is family”)
CRAZY-AMAZING PHOTO WALLPAPER:
Inspired after seeing something similar in a magazine or blog post, this client covered an entire wall of their playroom with favorite family images (some taken by Mindy Newton Photography!) printed in large sheets of paper and adhered to the wall….isn’t this just amazing?!