WHY YOU SHOULD PRINT YOUR DIGITAL IMAGES
FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY IMAGES - DIGITAL OR PRINTED?
So you’ve had your family photography session. You’ve viewed your gallery. You know which images you want to buy.
You want digital versions of course. High resolution photos that you can share on Facebook. Or email to the grandparents. Use as the wallpaper on your phone. But should you print them?
The answer to that is yes. You absolutely should print them. Digital images are great but bespoke family photography is an investment. And it would be a shame to let that investment exist only on your hard drive. So hang them on the wall. Put them in frames. Print them in an album. Because these are what your children will cherish when they are all grown up.
WHERE SHOULD YOU PRINT THEM?
Printing through your family photographer may seem expensive. Especially when compared to your online photo printers. But they will use a specialist lab. One that works exclusively with professional photographers.
This means that they can calibrate the image properly for their machines. It gives them complete control over the quality, the exposure, the clarity and the colour of the final print. They will look like your digital image, like your photographer intended them to. If you only purchase the digitial images, these will have been optimised for digital viewing, not for printing. And uploaded them to an online printer won't do them justice.
A professional labs use of superior inks, of archival quality papers and of robust materials mean that anything you buy will stand the test of time. Your framed prints or canvases or albums will look as good when your grandchildren are grown up as they do now. The product, the service and the quality is unrivalled.
You have invested in bespoke family photography. To do that investment justice you should invest in high quality prints.
WANT TO KNOW MORE?
If you'd like to know more about why you should print your digital images, or would like to book a family photography session in Surrey, please of give me a shout. I'd love to hear from you. You can also check out some recent sessions and pick up some photography tips for yourself on my blog.