Print: relevant, enduring, and essential

Prints and printed products are key to reliving and preserving life’s great experiences. Explore our collection of articles on the importance and value of print in a digital age. The information provided here offers excellent, useful background for your discussions with clients and prospects. You’ll gain insight into why print matters and is a must-have, especially for once-in-a-lifetime events.

To make memories last, it’s important to understand the difference between temporary storage of images versus permanent image preservation.
As a professional, trusted and discerning photographer, you already promote print products with your clients…through social media, your website and blogs, as well print products prominently displayed in studio. But do your clients really understand how to best enjoy their memories for a lifetime; share with generations come? Do But do your clients really understand how to best enjoy their memories for a lifetime; share with generations come? Do they think they want digital files only? Are they…
The Latest Trend in Digital Photography
Thanks to high quality smartphone cameras, practically everyone has become a personal photography enthusiast. The photo industry estimates that around 2.5 billion people globally have either a standalone or smartphone digital camera. That doesn’t include the people you often see using iPads®, or other tablets as a camera. People use those cameras all the time!  This equates to a huge number of pictures taken annually. At its heyday, it was estimated that film users took nearly 100 billion…
The annual IS&T Archiving Conference took place at the National Archives in Washington DC last year and featured many topics and presentations on the management of digital collections.   While the discussions were focused on large organizations such as Cultural Heritage Institutions and Libraries (think, for example, the United States Library Of Congress), many of the topics presented are applicable to professional photographers and consumers as they struggle to manage (or not manage)…