The portrait should be sized appropriately to fit the space where it is hung. It should neither overcrowd or be lost on a wall. Be sure to let the photographer know if a vertical or horizontal composition will work best for you.
Choosing a Style
Deciding which room your portrait will be hung will help you choose the setting and your clothing choices. The portrait's color theme should also compliment the room's color palette.
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Preserving the past
Planning Your Portrait Sitting
Great portraiture just doesn't happen. Photography by Hartman encourages you to come to the studio prior to your appointment to view samples and discuss your ideas for the many possibilities. This time invested in planning will compliment your style and honor those you love.
Choosing Your Frames
Photography by Hartman has a full line of ready made frames as well as custom frames for your wall portraits. Remember, a well chosen frame will not distract the viewer's attention from the subject matter and will compliment your room's furnishings.