Family photo albums and family portraits on the wall are some of the most important objects to us, and yet lots of us take them for granted.
We often don’t realize the importance of family photographs until it is too late. A lot of us go looking for family photos when we lose a person close to us and it is only natural, we look to our family photographs to help us remember. These photos are the ones that will put smiles on our faces and help us cope with the change of a person no longer being nearby.
Make the Investment
This was the last gift I was able to give my mother before she passed.
Why make the Investment?
1. You will record life’s most precious moments - Don’t take your family’s current stage for granted, as it only takes a few months for your family to change and grow.
2. Family portraits sessions are fun! - I take the time to consult with you prior to your session to discuss wardrobe, location, and your idea session. All sessions are relaxed and fun with plenty of time allowed to guarantee you get exactly what you want.
3. It’s time to get the whole family in the photo - Try taking a selfie with 8 or more people in the photo.
4. Give the gift of smiles and good memories - Nothing can be a more personal and sincere gift than a family portrait. Your grandparents will surely appreciate your natural smiles. Your kids will also always have the piece of history of who you all are today.
5. Family photos make great home and office décor - Printing your family portraits is the most important thing. Today everything is digital which is great for Facebook but how many photos do you have on a hard drive somewhere on your computer. Walking into a home or office with beautifully displayed portraits is so welcoming.
6. Family portraits are an investment - When you invest in quality portraiture you are investing in something that will be valuable for a lifetime. It has value the second you create it and it will become more valuable every single year guaranteed. Most of us spend so much on things with little or no value but fail to invest in the things that mean the most. Seriously, in an emergency what would you choose to save, your family portrait or your television?