Posts with tag: "home decor & heirloom art"
Thursday, October 17, 2019
By Clarksville Family Photographer - Irene Abdou Photography, LLC
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The S family ended up selecting six of their favorite fall family photos from our Sugarloaf Mountain family photography session for us to print for them as canvas gallery wraps!  Destined to hang above a sofa, your fall family photos can be a great way to add a pop of color, in this case red, to an otherwise neutral room.  The largest canvas size in the S's love grouping is 24x36, with the entire grouping spanning 85-89 inches depending on how much space is left between canvases.

 

It's not too late for gorgeous, color-filled fall family pictures.  

 
Friday, September 27, 2019
By DC Boudoir Photographer - Irene Abdou Photography, LLC
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G's Bon à Vie boudoir photography album turned out to be just stunning, so of course I had to share a little peek of the finished album with you. You'll have to come into our Maryland boudoir photography studio to see the entire album and all the boudoir photos too brazenly sensual for the internet!  In the meantime, you can read more about G's boudoir photography session here.

Don't be jealous. Get your own brazenly sensual boudoir photography now.

And, check out the amazing review of our boudoir photography services that G wrote for us on Yelp! Thank you, G!!!

Get the DC boudoir photographer that women wish they'd used for their wedding.

 
Friday, September 13, 2019
By By Pet Photographer and Family Photographer, Irene Abdou Photography, LLC
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S's original plan for their pet photography & family photography session at Manassas National Battlefield Park in Northern Virginia was to get hi-resolution digital files of the photographs, but M convinced him that it would be better to invest in printed artwork that they could immediately hang to decorate their home.  

 

"Think of our wedding photography!" M said to S at their 'photo reveal'!  "We haven't done anything with it, and I don't want any more digital files [that will waste away on a hard drive] right now!"

 

And so, M & S chose their four favorite images from their Northern Virginia family photographypet photography session for us to print and arrange as a 4-piece love grouping.  The largest image is a 20x30" thick canvas gallery wrap, and the other 3 images are 12x12" prints on metal.  Gorgeous!!!  

 

Make your house a home with heirloom photography decor of your loved ones that's made to last.

 
Sunday, August 11, 2019
By DC Wedding Photographer - Irene Abdou Photography, LLC
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Your wedding photography is one of the few things from your wedding day that - if you allow it to - will last forever. In fact, with the passing of each day, your wedding photography will become ever more precious. Yet, if it sits on a computer hard drive where you're unable to see and enjoy it without making an effort, then you are wasting a priceless treasure. Instead, have your professional wedding photographer create an heirloom album of your favorite wedding photos or have your wedding photographer create wall art that will bring a smile to your face everytime you enter your home, sit at the TV, or eat dinner.

 

Need ideas for how to hang wedding photography in your home? Here's a sample 11-piece love grouping from Tim & Liz's Northern Virginia wedding at Stonewall Golf Club. The large pieces on each side are framed, whereas the 9 smaller frameless pieces in the middle can be made as either prints on metal, canvas gallery wraps, or photographic prints with standout or bamboo mounting.

 

 
Tuesday, July 30, 2019
By Studio Family Photographer - Irene Abdou Photography, LLC
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The N family and I played around with two separate love grouping possibilities for canvas wall art from their goofy studio family photography & little artist chalkboard session. The largest canvas in the first grouping is a 20x30, and the largest in the second grouping is a 24x36. Which do you think they chose, and which grouping would you choose if this was your family photography session? Leave your answers in the comments below!

And here's a photo of a smattering of their finished holiday cards.  Adorable!

There's no need to be jealous.  Get your own family photography wall art and holiday cards!

 
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