I am so excited to share this new product offering at the studio! As I move my business away from just handing over the digital files to a full service studio that prints your images in keepsake, heirloom product offerings, these folios seem like a perfect fit to display fine art portraits. Yesterday, I read a quote by a photographer, and it basically said, “I am not going to pass down a Facebook profile image to my children and grandchildren.” Everyone wants digital images to share on social media, and even though everyone pledges to print their photos and make their own albums, many of my clients have confessed to me that it just never happens. Life is too busy, and things get in the way. Printing and hanging photos is put on the back burner. There are some big changes coming to Caitlin Maloney Photography, because my job is to capture moments, and provide a service that helps you to get those moments on to your walls or into an album that can be cherished for lifetimes. Because it does nobody any good when I hand over files to just sit on your hard drive and to never see the light of day. So, here is a peek at some new, beautiful products that will do just that…
These folios come with your choice of 20 different fabrics and Japanese silks for the cover. You can order double folios, triple folios, and even quad folios! The image above is a triple folio with three images. These come in 5×5, 4×6, 5×7, 6×6, 8×8, and 8×10. You can display them open on a shelf, on your desk at work, or fold it up and put it away in a drawer or on a coffee table.
The image below is of a double folio in square format. I think these folios make fantastic gifts for grandparents, and perfect gifts for fiances/husbands/partners for boudoir!
The next product is a presentation box. It’s a bit of a large folio, and holds 10 images sized 5×5 in natural or black mats. The box fabric can be chosen from four different Japanese silks: green, gray, ivory, or black. These are also great gifts. I especially like the idea of these as a gift for boudoir, because you can either display the images on an easel, or put them away in the box.