When I’m shooting a portrait session for a family, I try to imagine how I think they will want to display the images I’m creating. Some want large images for their walls. Others don’t have the space for something huge but want to display them in a hallway or staircase which can be more challenging. One solution to this is the ever popular “mini-gallery” where a series of images (5×7 or 8×10) are presented together within one frame. I recently did a shoot with the Rodgers family and I think we came out with a few great options for mini-galleries. I threw a couple together so that you can all see what I’m talking about.
Here is one of the girls together. Somehow these 3 images together seem so cohesive and stronger as a unit than they would be individually. The big sister/ little sister relationship really just jumps out at you.
Then I also put one together for each girl…here is Mia’s.
And Katie’s…what a ham!

5 Responses to “Mini-gallery”

  1. gary says:

    i love these pics!

  2. Jasmine* says:

    Soooo pretty…I love them! :)

  3. rowena says:

    This looked like a super fun shoot! Love the processing and on each mini gallery you seemed to have picked the perfect trios!

  4. Kim Hawthorn says:

    These are so precious – looks like the little one really adores her big sister. I just love them.

  5. Derek says:

    Nice technique! Do you sell framing and matting? Seems like a perfect upsell from this.

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