When you purchase a high resolution image from Baltimore Girl Photograpy the image is delivered to you at a minimum of 300 PPI (pixels per inch). I won't get too technical, just know that this means it will print at a large size extremely well. The question you need to ask yourself is how large would you like the image to be? In order to arrive at that answer ask yourself these four questions:
1. What wall will I be hanging this portrait on?
2. Would I like a single image or a whole collage of images?
3. Would I like a framed image or a canvas?
4. Would I prefer a matted print of a plainly framed print?
The image to the left is a 20x24 frame with a 16x20 matted print. Matting a print makes the image look more professionally framed. It also protects the image from potential damage by sticking to the glass. I HIGHLY recommend matting your prints.
Below, is an amazing chart that shows you what each size image may look like. These images are meant to represent canvas prints, but a framed print would, of course, be the same size. For pricing or questions, please contact me for help.
Both images featured here are of the adorable Layton. Her mother booked a session with me in June 2019. We were worried about her ability to fit in my tub, but she wanted to do the "coolest bath ever" so badly. We obliged and I am so glad we did. She enjoyed "playing in the milk" so much. Would you just look at that smile?
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