Have your family album made into a free standing flush-mounted photo book. This 8''x8'' book let's you pick your favorite 10-11 images and showcase them on a mantle or coffee table.
Available in: Brown and Mint Green (As Pictured below.)
Sunday, January 9, 2011
What makes Daly Photography stand out as a photographer in a sea of talent, is that I have the knowledge of thousands of processes in all art forms. I am proud to offer my clients one of a kind artistic albums and wall art print packages.
Here's my concept. We all have photo albums that sit around and collect dust. We may bring them out and show off to our guests occasionally. How many of those guests secretly cringe at the site of sitting through another album? Let's be honest. Many of you can probably pin-point exact times when you have felt obligated to "Ewwww" and "Awwww" at a friends album. I want to change that concept into individual conversational pieces. My clients would receive a 16x20 box of matted 11x14 prints, ready to be framed and hung. Also available in 11x14 box of matted 8x10 prints.
How many people would put a framed picture of your wedding dress or your cake up as wall art? I presume not many of you. When created into a work of art, our perception of those items change.
Hundreds and thousands of dollars goes into these two items, not to mention the emotional attachment women have towards finding 'THE' dress.
When you order a print package as described here, the bride and groom are able to hang as many images as their walls will allow for and switch them out on a basis that is personal to them. When guests come over, they will be stunned by your Daly Photography approach to showing off your wedding with an artsy flare. I want for this to become a photographic revolution and become conversational pieces instead of dreaded albums.
Having said that, I do not want to offend those who are traditional album fans. I can and will create anything a client desires. I just want to create a new option of displaying your Wedding Photography if you are not an album person.
The book would go something like this:
These images could also be printed individually