I received a request from T. Davis to restore this photograph of her father when he was younger. This image looked far more daunting than her last photo restoration job from my initial observations of the photograph to be restored. As you can see, there is some rather severe damage to the original image. There are creases, corners missing, and also what looks like water damage. It had also discolored from its original black and white state.
We have been trying for a while to establish an account on Instagram for Cramer Imaging. We want to be able to display our work for the Instagram community as well as other social media platforms. We finally were able to create an account. Please check us out there. We would love for you to follow us there as well as any other social media we have. We look forward to seeing you there.
This post is continuing the series on a wedding checklist for brides-to-be. Previous posts discuss wedding details which are of vital importance to a wedding and also details which may not be of vital importance, but are still considered important in Southeastern Idaho. Part 2 of this series only covered some of those important-but-not-vital formal wedding details. This post continues that discussion.
Family portraits come in many different styles these days. There are far more options for any client to choose from if they know about them. Family portraits are meant to be fun bonding experiences between parents and children with the bonus of a beautiful portrait to hang on the wall to show for it. The days of the photographer completely dictating the look of a portrait are done and gone. Now there are options ranging from very traditional to experimental. With this new flexibility in family portrait style, many photographers are now expecting their clients to have some idea of what the portrait should look like. Coming up with ideas is not so easy on the spot. Here are a few family portrait posing ideas for you to start with.
We, at Cramer Imaging, are pleased and excited to announce that we have implemented a preview gallery. We have been wanting to do so for a while. We finally found a way to do so. So, what will this new photo preview gallery do and how does it work? Those are some good questions.