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“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever... It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
- Aaron Siskind -
Printing photographs in this day and age? YES!!! Looking at your images on screen is ok, but there is nothing better, than to sit down with a cup of coffee and ‘feel’ your story unfold in front of you with beautiful prints in a fine art book.
A photograph is a powerful object. It can evoke emotions, bring back feelings, transport us back to a specific moment in time, in such a detailed way that is usually not otherwise possible. A photograph can move us, it can make us smile, or cry. It makes us feel.
There is such a strength in what I feel when I hold in my hand a printed image of my dear grandad playing with myself as a kid... It is like a warm wave that rise inside, from the stomach to my throat, full of happy memories and love and nostalgia. Do you know this feeling too?
Now, think of your little ones, think of the precious images they could have one day of their childhood, images that will represent the love their parents gave them through the years, the connections, the giggles. Imagine trying to remember the tiny details of how small they were as just born.
When you have your photographs taken, you are creating your children’s memories, giving them a snapshot of the time they were not even there or were too young to remember, as well as reinforcing what they remember.
What if these photographs would get lost? Be gone, forever. How much would you be willing to give to get them back? This is the true value of a photograph.
- Photoblocks -
These amazing photoblocks are meticulously handcrafted with lot of care and love in the Netherland from The Original Photoblocks. They are characterized by their breathtakingly beautiful slender and sturdy look. The edges are rounded and smoothed flawlessly for a professionally completed appearance. You will brush your fingers across a hand coated protective finish, which makes it water and light resistant. The blocks offer immensely rich colors, deep contrast and clarity and come ready to hang flush on the wall and or also stand on their own on your furniture.
-Wall Art -
Wall arts options are offered in the form of standout mounted prints and canvases. Both of these are printed only on Fine Art materials and as a fully finished product, all ready to be hung on the walls of their new home.
The standout is the perfect support for Fine Art prints, with its very light weight and it's fully finished borders in black or white, which allows this product to be hung without the necessity of a frame and glass coverage, enhancing the visibility of its beautiful texture.
- Albums -
One of the products that I love most and that I would want every single family I photographed to walk away with:
the amazing Fine Art Albums. This is a prestigious album, beautifully handcrafted in Italy with quality materials and attention to the details. This heirloom will be able to tell your whole story, showcasing your full session with all the little details of this time together. Every time I hold one of these treasures in my hands, I am deeply moved.
What is Fine Art?
I want only the best for your images, and, in an era of digital only, I want people to rediscover prints as an emotion, give back the pleasure of observing and touching their images, and I want to offer something that will last over time, intact through generations. This is why I have decided to only offer Fine Art products.
Fine Art is a superior quality printing technique, which uses 11 different ink colours instead of the regular 4 used in the normal offset printing. This means that the resulting print is of a higher quality, guarantees longer durability and offers brighter colours and more constant and uninterrupted colour tones, which enhances the details of your image. The paper used is 100% cotton fibres, which also guarantee the long lasting of it’s quality for well over 100 years. Fine Art is often used as a standard printing methodology in art galleries and museums.