Any time I’m asked what my favorite product is, I struggle, so I’m taking the pressure off myself for this week’s Pet Photography 52 Weeks Project blog circle theme centered around a favorite product and sharing three that my multi-pet clients love the most.
1. Fine Art Albums
With the ability to include all of your session images in both a 10×10 or 12×12 fine art album, these beauties are easily a best-seller for clients who want to get the most images at the most affordable price. Fine art albums truly are a work of art, highlighting your photos through a custom layout designed on seamless page spreads that open completely flat.
If you desire high-resolution digital files to share, fine art albums are a great choice since purchasing either a 10×10 or 12×12 one automatically earns you bonus products that include high-resolution digital files, your session slideshow, and a set of three 3×3 mini accordion albums. (Those mini accordion albums also make an irresistible gift for grandpawrents or to keep in your purse or at the office.) It’s a win-win all around!
2. Heirloom Folio Boxes
Heirloom folio boxes are a lovely alternative to fine art albums and a beautiful way to preserve your prints. Because I believe even simple prints deserve to be displayed as finished art, each print arrives matted to an 8×10 size, which means you can either remove them from the box and frame them throughout your home or leave them inside for safekeeping.
Heirloom folio boxes are handcrafted from sustainable and eco-friendly natural bamboo. A torn-edge fine art print on the box’s outer lid opens to reveal another image on the inside of the lid as well as 10 or 20 5×7 prints.
3. Deckled Edge Trio
Deckled edge trios are the latest inclusion to my deckled edge framed prints and they couldn’t be more perfect for multi-pet families and Puppy Love Sessions. Fine art paper provides a luxury look to three 6×6 images matted beautifully in a 17×34″ frame in the finish of your choice.
This piece is especially appealing since it can be displayed horizontally or vertically and because it takes up far less space than three individual framed pieces would. Three-dog families can feature one dog on each 6×6 photo while two-dog families can showcase both dogs together in the center image and bookend that with their favorite individual portrait of each.
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This post is a part of the Pet Photography 52 Weeks project blog circle. To see what the next pawesome photographer is sharing for the weekly theme, “Favorite Product,” check out Elaine Tweedy of I Got the Shot Photography, providing beautiful photographic products to clients in Northeastern PA and surrounding areas. Continue to click the link at the end of each post in the blog circle until you eventually find your way back here.