Questions to ask in a senior picture

There are many questions to ask yourself before you get senior pictures (portraits) taken.  Here are a few and how you answer them is important to who you have do them.

1.  Why are you getting senior pictures taken?  To share with friends or family?  To show off an achievement or hobby?  Or because your mom is making you?

We don't always know why however some useful advice is that if it is worth doing it's worth doing right.  Getting the cheapest is not always to your advantage.  More needs to go into a decision as important as this one is.  We are not shopping on Amazon and looking for the cheapest price, we are looking for the most satisfying value.

2.  What difference does it make how I take delivery of my pictures?  I can get them printed anywhere if I buy the files and print them myself.

While it's true you can get them printed anywhere how good will they be or how long will they last?  Most people who buy files don't even print them at all.  There is a big risk that someday you will not be able to see your pictures that way.  Online services can back-up your files but they do not protect them from degradation.  Yes, even digital images degrade if done the wrong way.  You also don't know how good the images are to print until you try.  Many times they are out of gamut on the printer or saved in the wrong color profile and cannot be printed in their entirety.  

Studio One prints it's pictures on Fuji Professional paper.  It also mounts and coats every image to make sure that your portraits last.  Why is that important?  Your memories will last and you will enjoy the experience of being photographed by a professional photographer.  

Anyone can take a picture.  It takes a photographer to MAKE a portrait.

Call Studio One at 517-782-3974 and we will schedule a free consultation so you make sure you get the portraits you want.  You can also get an estimate as to how much it costs so there are no surprises that way.  What have you got to lose, call now.

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