A PUBLIC DISPLAY OF AFFECTION | TULLAHOMA NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA DESTINATION PHOTOGRAPHY

I am constantly committing PDA – Public Displays of Affection – with my photography! After all, I am very passionate about the images I create and the life stories I am able to share. Is it really so bad for me to want my clients to be the same way?

Like many other photographers, I value photography as an art; it should be displayed for everyone to see and not stored away on a CD in your drawer or in the stockpiles of your computer files. Whether you frame it or put in on a display such as above, your memories and stories are meant to be shared with family and friends.

More often than not, new clients ask me about just plain ol’ gift prints — sizes 8×10, 5×7, 4×6 and wallets. While these are wonderful  for GIFTS to your Aunt Betty or Grandpa Cecil, these are not what you want to display in your home.

I believe the perfect size for almost any situation, whether on your child’s wall or showcasing your engagement photo at your wedding, the 16 x 24 styrene-mounted print is by far the best option. It’s just that perfect size to commit your very own public display of affection!

I’m sure you understand why the 16×24 is so perfect; it’s not too big and not too small… it’s just right!

But, what is Styrene and why should a print be mounted?

Mounting is a cornerstone to protecting your portraits from the natural curling, bending and marking that is possible with the aging of your print. By adding a lightweight mounting to the back of your image it is sure to last throughout the generations; as well as the additional positives such as the print is smoother from the get-go, it’s always ready to frame without having to fuss with the cardboard inserts, and you can prop it up on a display mantel!

Styrene is an extremely lightweight yet super durable acid-free and moisture/humidity -free plastic mounting substrate that protects your print for a lifetime of well….. LIFE! It’s sort of like getting full coverage insurance on your prized Rolls Royce! I mean, you’re just like everyone else right? A Rolls Royce and a Ferrari in the driveway with your 15 bedroom mansion!? Ok, just kidding! But seriously! It’s really an amazing product to help protect your investment.

During your Reveal & Sales Session, be sure to ask for the Styrene Mounting upgrade! For pricing information, please Get In Touch with us to set up a complimentary consultation!

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JENNIFER & CARY @ BEECH CREEK FARM | TULLAHOMA NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA DESTINATION WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

True Love isn’t easy,

but it must be

fought for.

Because once you find it,

it can never be replaced.

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The Bridal Show @ Northgate Mall – Tullahoma, TN | Nashville Chattanooga Destination Wedding Photography

Stop by The Bridal Show to check out Cloud 9 Imagery!

Sunday, February 22, 2015 – 1pm to 4pm
Northgate Mall Tullahoma

ONE DAY ONLY: $500 OFF ANY WEDDING COLLECTION

PLUS, a Drawing for a FREE Bridal OR Boudoir Session!

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P&K @ First Baptist Church | Nashville Chattanooga Destination Wedding Photography

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Genesis 2:18, 21-24

Then the Lord God said,

“It is not good that the man should be alone;

I will make him a helper fit for him.”

So the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man,

and while he slept took one of his ribs

and closed up its place with flesh.

And the rib that the Lord God

had taken from the man he made into a woman

and brought her to the man.

Then the man said,

“This at last is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh;

she shall be called Woman,

because she was taken out of Man.”

Therefore a man shall leave his father

and his mother and hold fast to his wife,

and they shall become one flesh. (ESV)

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Gerald & Amanda: Bound By Love

In September, I was very honored to capture some special family moments a couple weeks before the nuptials of Gerald & Amanda. In the process, I met a very loving and gracious family; and an adorable set of young ladies!
Gerald & Amanda © 2013 Cloud 9 Imagery

Gerald & Amanda
© 2013 Cloud 9 Imagery

The Lonely Pipes of Scotland

– By Cheryl Alexander –

I’ve heard the lonely pipes of Scotland,
Many times in my dreams,
I’ve seen the land of my ancestors,
Clearly, it seems.
The bright colors of the tartan,
The lively swing of the kilt,
Sent my minds eye back,
To the place my ancestors knelt.
Rather in a castle, built for a king,
Or in a garden, which grew everything.
I have been given a gift to peep,
When I close my eyes and fall asleep.
It is as if I were standing there,
I’ve witnessed great battle and love,
The courage and strength of my granddads,
And granddads before them,
All tower from above.
And surrounding them all, with a tune of its own,
were the lonely pipes of Scotland,
Calling me home.

Gerald & Amanda Taylor © 2013 Cloud 9 Imagery

Gerald & Amanda Taylor
© 2013 Cloud 9 Imagery

The Taylors © 2013 Cloud 9 Imagery

The Taylors
© 2013 Cloud 9 Imagery

The Taylor Family © 2013 Cloud 9 Imagery

The Taylor Family
© 2013 Cloud 9 Imagery

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