I started my business as a "shoot and burn" photographer, delivering my images digitally in most cases. But too many people (myself included!) are guilty of keeping most of our photos hidden away on our computer, a CD, or a USB thumb drive stashed in a drawer. Enough! Our precious photos... our MEMORIES... belong on our walls and desks and coffee tables where we can see them every day.
I want to do better. No longer will my clients meet up for a quick photo session and just get a link to download their images. Starting this month, I am transitioning to a full service photographer. What will that mean?
We will develop a relationship. We will chat before the photo session so you can get comfy with me, and I can learn exactly what you're hoping to achieve. We'll talk about how and where you'll display your images. What kinds of clothes to wear. What the session will be like.
We'll have so much fun during your photo session! And a couple weeks later, we'll meet up for a Reveal and Ordering Session where you'll see your photos for the first time in a gorgeous slideshow. I'll help you sort through photos to pick the keepers, and you'll get to see and touch fine art product samples including prints on metal, prints behind acrylic, canvases hung from reclaimed wood, heirloom albums, and more. I'll help your through the zero-pressure ordering process. And when your art arrives from the pro labs, you'll either pick them up at my studio in Ardmore, or I'll deliver them to your door.
Many of my clients become my friends, and I want my friends to be thrilled and walk away with memories that will last generations.
And so, in celebration my transition to full service photography, I am announcing one of the cool new products I'm offering. (Check back soon for more products!)
Introducing Acrylic Block Desk Art:
Available in 5x7", 8x10", and 6" x 6", these acrylic blocks make the perfect gift for your loved one's office desk. They work especially well with bright images, and practically glow!
Aliza Schlabach Photography works out of her studio in Ardmore, as well as on location throughout Philadelphia, Lower Merion and the Main Line including Ardmore, Bala Cynwyd, Bryn Mawr, Chestnut Hill, Conshohocken, Gladwyne, Havertown, King of Prussia, Narberth, Villanova, Wayne, and Wynnewood.