I am so honored and excited to be selected as one of the top 20 newborn photographers in the Charlotte area! 255 newborn photographers were considered for this award. The company Expertise analyzed and scored each business across 25 criteria points to create lists of the best local professionals in each US city to give readers the confidence they need to make the right choice. I am so honored to have made their list! To read more on the Expertise website, click here. To view my studio newborn portfolio, please click here. To view my Fresh 48/lifestyle portfolio, please click here.
Shannon Anderson Photography specializes in newborn, baby, child and family photography in the Charlotte and Lake Norman areas of North Carolina. Shannon has a home studio in Mooresville, NC available for newborns and young children and travels around the Charlotte area for outdoor and lifestyle sessions. To book a session please email Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You invest in a professional photographer so don't just let them sit on a computer as files! Those amazing images deserve to be printed and displayed but this doesn’t mean you always have to use a traditional frame to showcase them in your home.
Below is some inspiration for deciding how to display your favorite memories.
If your home décor is very contemporary you might want to consider canvas gallery wraps, photo blocks or framed canvas to showcase your photos. Going frameless is also a great option if you’re looking for something truly sleek and modern. I'm a bit obsessed with canvas and photo blocks right now since you don't have to worry about finding frames that work together and they can be hung quicky!
If rustic and chic is more your style, turn old pieces of wood into stained photo clipboards, using binder clips to hang the photos against the wood. Another unique option is to hang your photos on a thin cable to make it look like a clothesline. Binder clips also work perfectly for this. This is popular now so you can often find this look at stores such as Homegoods.
If you’re the creative type and have some extra time on your hands then there is the option of creating frames out of washi tape. This way you can incorporate different colors and designs around your photos to really make your walls pop. Pinterest has tons of inspiration for washi tape frames.
If you are a fan of frames, why not buy different sizes, colors and styles and create one big photo wall that displays a variety of memories. There are so many shapes and designs that you can use to create your photo wall and really make it your own. The Organic Bloom has endless options with multiples shapes, colors, etc.
At Shannon Anderson Photography, you can find a variety of traditional and non-traditional framing and display options, even a book with all the images! I have some samples in the studio and always looking for more ways for you to turn your images into an amazing product! I am here to help you pick the right option for your home!
No matter which method you choose, get creative. Filling your walls with a lifetime of memories is one of the most special and visual ways to tell the story of your family, so get hanging!
Shannon Anderson Photography specializes in newborn, baby, child and family photography in the Charlotte and Lake Norman areas of North Carolina. Shannon has a home studio in Mooresville, NC available for newborns and young children and travels around the Charlotte area for outdoor and lifestyle sessions. To book a session please email Shannon at email@example.com