All About Custom, Handmade Framing | Northern Virginia Photographer

You don’t hire a Northern Virginia photographer to have digitals that sit on a hard drive, maybe making it to social media or your holiday card. That’s what phone photos are for. You want to see your favorites from a professional photo session every day. But also, it’s hard to decide what to display and how and where, right?

This is where I come in. I offer a variety of ways to display your favorites from mounted prints to acrylics and matte metals. Today we’re talking about custom frames. I’m so proud to be one of fewer than 200 professional photographers nation-wide to be able to sell these frames from Farmhouse Frames.

The handmade frames are custom made for every order – right down to the individual pieces wood selected. They are handcrafted in Michigan from start to finish.

Side note: you don’t have to be a current client to purchase one of the frames. It’s just a perk because if you are, they include the image of your choice from your session.

For the collage frame, I will actually create a 16×20 print in Photoshop with your 7 faves, so they always display beautifully (no randomly falling out of their spot!)

I can also create a digital mock up for you, so you can see what your image will look like on a particular style or in a certain color.

I do all of the work for you. They arrive ready to be displayed.

So tell me, which is your favorite??

Prices subject to change at any time without notice, and without expectation that I will come back and edit this post at any time in the future 🙂

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Hi! I'm Blaire.

I'm a beach bum from New York, living life with a cup of coffee in one hand and a camera in the other.


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