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Why is it important to print? NJ and Philly Photographer

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Why is it important to print? NJ and Philly Photographer

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Why is it important to print?

Digital is the new age. Everyone is one the internet. Books are in digital format. Newspapers are not paper anymore. As the social media trends fade out… the pictures we posted will be forgotten!  The digital images saved on our computers get lost in the all information…. but a print on a wall, or an album full of beautiful memories, well that will always be there!

But, why should you print your images?

  • Research has shown that having family photographs displayed in your home gives children more confidence and self-esteem. They see happiness and fun. Seeing it everyday shows that you as a parent are proud of your family and are happy to show them off. Kids don't go to the family computer and look up family portraits everyday.
  • Digital images are not archival. Computers break. We all know that sometimes there is no reason. Yes, digitals are great for sharing on social media and email. But, what happens if your hard drive fries?
  • Physical prints give you heirlooms to pass down as you move on in your life. Often you are not recording (capturing a moment) and printing (preserving the moment) for today, but instead for tomorrow, for your children and your children’s children. Passing down a box of hard drives doesn’t exactly have the same appeal, does it?

This is the reason why I now offering framed prints and canvas. I had too many clients who would never print, didn't know where to print or would get bad prints from Walmart. I want to provide the best mounted prints, frames and canvas. I am here to help you design your space.

So don’t just let your images get lost, display them for everyone who enters your house and, most importantly, your family to see!

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Warminster, PA |Bailey's Cherish Session

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Warminster, PA |Bailey's Cherish Session

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I never met Bailey until it was her last day but it was such a special day! Bailey was so sweet. Bailey was 13 years old when her family decided it was time for her to go over the Rainbow Bridge with all the other happy dogs.

Bailey's story started when a neighbor who had a litter of chocolate labs was looking for homes for the puppies. Susan, Bailey's mom, had just got home from the hospital from major abdominal surgery, when her husband said the neighbor had puppies. They had been thinking about adding a dog into their family and the opportunity just popped up. Bailey was the fattest little puppy that actually her sister Melissa thought she was a potbelly pig.

So of course, they took Bailey home.

Bailey was the dog with several lives. She tore her ACL when she was 9 years old. Had surgery, did well, but within the year she tore her other ACL. Talk about bad luck!

Her family was never going to give up on her! Every time they took her to the doctor and got her all fixed up.

She also suffered from two bouts of Pancreatitis!

I told you she was a dog with many lives! Of course, her family never gave up on her and treated her like a child.

On Bailey's last day with her family, she was spoiled! I have never seen a dog eat so much in my life and still have an appetite for more! She got Burger King hash browns, a breakfast sandwich with SAUSAGE, Cinnamon Bun, and yummy treats. A few burps and farts made room for it all.

If I were a dog, I would want a family like this! Please enjoy Bailey's Cherish Session before she went to the Rainbow Bridge to play with her other doggy friends.

It's never goodbye, It's always see you later!

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