I love visiting clients and seeing my pictures on the wall. It is a feeling that is hard to describe - pride in the images, happiness in seeing them enjoyed on a daily basis, and a definite warm happy glow.
I was thrilled to see how Radegund had displayed her three 24" x 16" canvas wraps in the hallway of their home from our previous portrait session at Chiswick House, don't they look fantastic?
One of the things I love most about visiting my clients again - apart from seeing how much the children have grown, of course - is seeing my pictures in situ around the home, being enjoyed by the family on a daily basis.
I was delighted when I noticed this large canvas of one of my pictures hung in the indoor pool room and thrilled when Kate said that I could share it on the blog. As I am sure you will agree, it looks absolutely fantastic and the scale and simplicity of the image suits the space so well. We're always really keen to find less traditional locations in your home to display your pictures, and enjoy discussing ideas at your viewing session. I hope this image sparks some interior design ideas that might work in your own home.
Just one picture from me today - a shot of one of my lovely multi-aperture frames hanging in Susie and Stuart's home. I thought it looked great and asked if I could share it...
Today I wanted to share a couple of pictures I took when I visited Kristina for our annual children's portrait photo shoot in Wimbledon, London SW18. It was wonderful to see one of my pictures from last year's shoot up on the wall, particularly as it is such a wonderful, big print. This framed fine art print measures 60" x 40", and makes such a wonderful centrepiece in the entrance hall.
At our viewing sessions, Kate and Kath suggest ways in which to display your pictures and discuss ideas like this with you, which compliment the interior design of your home.
I will post the pictures from this year's family photo shoot in Wimbledon tomorrow, and I can't wait to see how Kristina chooses to display this year's pictures.
Today's blog post features a few product photographs, as Christmas is fast approaching and I know that many of you will be wondering what to buy for the grandparents. Family portrait albums are a lovely gift, a beautiful keepsake that everyone will treasure forever. I particularly love the mini copies of the feature albums, which make such lovely gifts for grandparents.
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