So, you have had a photography session and you want to display photos on your walls and you have no idea how you are going to choose just 3 from all the beautiful photos let alone display them on the walls and then HOW are you going to display them?
First off, let me tell you WHY photos on display are not only beautiful to look at but why they are good for your kids.
STUDIES HAVE BEEN DONE AND PRINTED PHOTOS ARE GOOD FOR OUR KIDS
It boosts their confidence – yep it is a thing! When children look at family photographs on display with themselves in the photo they can see they are loved and are a part of the family unit and they have a sense of importance and fitting in.
DIGITAL AGE KILLING OUR DESIRE TO PRINT PHOTOS
The sad fact is we live in a digital era, less and less photos are printed nowadays and less and less are marking it to our walls.
So before we look at designs you might needs some tips on how to pick your favourite photos.
- Narrow them down! This is so important. You don’t want to be looking at 100 images trying to pick 3. Work on halving them and then halving them again and maybe halving a 3rd time.
- Pick your space and measure it up. There is no point having a great design idea and realise it wont fit.
- Print out hard copies even if it’s with plain old photocopy paper or watermarked images. You can then lay them out and see what looks good and what doesn’t.
- Ask yourself will they look together as a set?
- And the most important point, ask your photographer! We know what looks great and how to position the photos. We also have fantastic software where you can photograph and measure the wall you intend to hang your photos and send it us. We can then magically add them to your wall giving you a rough idea of what it would look like.
So without further a due here are my top 4 display wall designs I love – simple, easy and best of they look great.
If your interested in me capturing your family story and helping you fill those walls with beautiful memories, please get in touch here.
Thank you for reading and if you are interested in more tips then keep checking out my blog 🙂