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Economical Portraits: Storyboards

Storyboards are one of my favourite boutique items that I love to put together for clients. Besides the enjoyment I get creating them, they are a very economical way of having a beautiful portrait for the wall of your home or office. With storyboards there are so many different combinations in terms of design. The economy aspect comes in because, for the price of one gorgeous wall portrait, you can have multiple images on one hanging. They also make great gifts for parents or grandparents.

This storyboard is in the most popular size, 10×20 inch. As a reminder, all portraits (over 8×10) are ALWAYS professionally dry mounted on solid 2mm styrene. Professional photographers have portraits dry-mounted to ensure a truly quality product that will not wrinkle, bend, or warp, and will ensure longevity. Some people love them so much as they come, they display them on a mantle or photo ledge, but ready-made 10×20 frames are certainly available. Since I am a full service photographer, I will also do the framing for you, if you prefer. This style of storyboard also comes in a cute little mini, 5×10 inch size which is ideal for gift giving.

The deadline for Christmas delivery is coming up very soon so contact me today if you’re thinking of something as beautiful as this for Christmas. Speaking of Christmas, this year I have decided to take the entire month of December off. So I will not be working in any capacity during the month of December (though I will be available for New Year’s Eve events). I’m looking forward to time spent getting prepared for and excited about a good old fashioned Christmas, complete with lots of baking!

“Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.” ~Kahlil Gibran

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sherri - October 25, 2010 - 11:21 pm

They must be quite pleased with these, Diane. Beautiful family and I like the carefree captures.

don - October 26, 2010 - 9:53 am

The storyboard is such a fine idea. The example looks great. I should think the family was very pleased with the result. Glad to hear your are taking some time off to have another life. It’s so easy to get absorbed with business that personal pleasures get shoved aside.

Frida - October 26, 2010 - 4:16 pm

A beautiful family excellently captured by you.