They are the only things we can truly take with us. It's not the stuff that we collect in life that is important. It's the moments we share with others and the experiences we collect that define who we are. We are defined not by the things we own, but by the relationships we have with others.
We live in a world that is saturated with photographic noise. From advertisements to Facebook updates to those pics that you took with your smartphone and never used, we are exposed to countless photographs every single day. But how many of those photos will be around next week? Next year? Next decade?
Let's get a little more personal. How many of those photos of you and your family would still exist if Facebook and Instagram went offline tomorrow? A few dozen? Maybe? I would estimate that most folks have fewer than twenty physical photographs of their family, and those they do have are rarely of good quality.
More importantly, how many photos do you have that you can pass down to your children and their children after them? It's estimated that over 380 Billion photographs were captured last year, yet fewer and fewer people are keeping their memories in a form that is immune to technological failure.
As a full service photography studio, we walk you through the entire process, from the initial pre-shoot consultation, to the selection and delivery of beautiful albums and prints for your home and family. This ensures