We often hear clients say that “Any portrait bigger than an 8x10 is too large.” WHY??
Let me ask a question. How many of you have seen large portraits at your grandparents/parents/relatives homes? The big image of your great grandparents wedding portrait, mounted in an extravagant gold frame. That image that no one leaves out when describing going to their great grandparents home as a child? That one!
Why,now, is an 8x10 "big enough"???
Here’s the deal, if you cannot clearly see an image standing in the middle of the room, it may be too small. You may have been happier going LARGER. After all, if you invest in a lasting memory, wouldn’t you want it to be easily seen to show it off?
Often times, it may be that the 'price' is a determining factor. (Yes, we understand that people have budgets! Who doesn't?!) Try to see it as an investment. Professional photographers use the best labs, and product available, this will ensure that your investment will stand the tests of time! We guarantee your portrait will last to be handed down for generations, if cared for properly.
In addition, if the image is of a loved one/your family… is it really possible to have a portrait that’s too large? I think not!
Let’s get real here, how many admirals or generals paintings have you seen mounted above a crackling fireplace in movies? That’s right, A ZILLION!