There's nothing like hanging a fresh gallery up in your home. Brittany of Brittany Chandler Photography shares, "I combined the beautiful Design Chemistry Collages (printed through ProDPI) with three 16x20 Bella Gold frames for my entry table, and they look GORGEOUS. They were easy peasy to hang and are such a joy to look at every day.
This new gallery rocks for three reasons:
• Because the collages are simple, yet stunning.
• Because the frames are gorgeous, large and complimentary to my home.
• Because it's the perfect way to showcase my family's photos.
I love that this is the first thing people see when coming into our home. I have a wealth of images from our Pacific Northwest adventures, and it is so nice to have this beautiful collage showcasing them, along with two larger photos of my sweet boys."
Thanks for sharing, Brittany! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~
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Dear Ashley and Graham circa 2008,
Your business will not live and die by social media. You're going to be tempted to put more time into Facebook and Instagram than you do into in-person relationships because it will feel like that's what everyone else is doing; it will feel like the only way to keep up. Resist that temptation. Resist the urge to jump on the ever changing hamster wheel of social media. When you get on that hamster wheel it will feel like you're running as fast as you can and getting nowhere. And that's exactly where sinking unscheduled, unintentional time into social media will get you: nowhere.
Next to framed art, albums are a favorite, no-brainer product you should be offering every client. Albums are the one product that truly stands the test of time and will be treasured for generations to come. Not long ago, album design went a bit “photographers-gone-wild” with acrylic, metal, and even fur covers. Remember that panoramic ultra-wide album fad?
Luckily the tide has turned back to favoring a classic, luxury presentation.