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Hey Tim! How Much Does It Cost?

Today I’m going to answer one of my most frequently asked questions – “Tim, how much does it cost?”
-Great question.
You may notice I don’t post my prices online.And the reason for that is that it would take way too much space to list all the things that make up a price.
What do I mean by that?
Finished products – there are so many unique things I create, and trying to type about them online does no justice for them.They are things that you physically have to see in person, touch, feel, and ponder.
My whole product line is made from the highest quality materials from the best of the best professional labs in our country.I do this so that your images will be passed down through generations – which is the whole point of having your photos made.
The second point for figuring out a price, is once you have come to the shop to see what you like, we chat about your session.Once I know what it is you like, and how we are going to present your images, then I know which gear to bring, and how …

Why Printed Images Are BETTER Than Digital Files

Have you ever walked into a home and saw a beautiful large wall portrait of the family, and thought "wow, that is just stunning!"?  Or... on the reverse side - have you ever walked into a home with bare walls and wondered... where are the family photos?

Do I really need to continue?

Okay, fine.  I will...

Printed images (professionally) will always look better than a digital image.  Even with the most modern technology, including 5K (not a typo, 4K has been one upped by apple) displays, viewing an image on a screen requires the use of electricity.  A light will illuminate the pixels on the screen, and BAM the image is there.  Sure, it may look AMAZING on the screen - but if that is the only place where it lives, then that means you have to access that screen, and that file whenever you want to look at it.  Not to mention, that a printed image will still look better.
Yes.  Really.  - Printed images aren't backlit from an electronic screen, which means that darks …