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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Introducing The Signature Series Floating Art Piece {San Antonio Portrait Photographer}

In this digital world of instant gratification, over-night shipping and iPhone photos being posted every nano-second on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, isn't it nice to know that there are still things done the old-fashioned way?
At Artistic Images, we pride ourselves in our Printed Work. In fact, we consider ourselves "Master Printmakers".
Can we sell a digital file?
Could we burn you a CD?
Absolutely we could. But that is not what we do.

We make Portraits.
Large or small, color or black and white.

We make printed portraits and albums that will be cherished for a LIFETIME.

These are the portraits that your grandchildren's grandchildren will find and adore when you are no longer on this earth.

This is leaving a Legacy.

When you hire Artistic Images to capture your family, child, wedding or senior portrait, you can rest assured that these printed pieces will stand the test of time.
I can not guarantee that in 10 years a cd will be able to be played on a computer, or that the images would even be there for you to retrieve. But I can guarantee the quality of our craftsmanship (portraits, prints and albums) for a lifetime.

This year we are re-introducing our line of Fine Art Black and White portraits. We strayed away from creating these masterpieces because of the level of care and difficulty required when producing a product line like this. Well, they are back and better than ever. In fact, we have now added another element to them as well as now adding color portraiture as an option.

These portraits are now part of our Signature Series....The Floating Art Piece.

We are excited to add this style back into our repertoire and hope that you will love them as much as we do.

Here are a few samples of how the Floating Art Pieces "float" within the archival mats. Feel free to stop by the studio to see the samples in person.

Floating Art Piece with hand torn edges
Close up of the hand torn edges
A collection of three floating images in one piece

Close up of the straight edge option

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