Print - Matthew Witbeck


My ultimate goal as a photographer is to provide you with unbelievable prints that you and your family can enjoy for a lifetime. In a digital world where photos of our loved ones only live on social media, print is more important than ever for preserving and experiencing memories. With this in mind, I have answered some of the most common questions about turning your portraits into lasting heirlooms.

Do You Offer Albums?

Absolutely! Albums are one of the best ways to preserve your memories, and I am proud to include a custom album with every wedding collection. The best part is that you don’t have to do any of the work. I want you to have the best wedding album possible, so I will custom design your album to tell the unique story of your special day. This usually means that I will design more spreads than are included in your collection. I want you to start with the ideal wedding album design that focuses on telling the story of your wedding instead of fitting as many portraits as possible on each page. However, you can always remove spreads from the album design, and purchasing additional spreads is completely optional.

Where is The Best Place to Buy Prints?

Right Here! I offer a full selection of paper, canvases, and metal prints. Nothing is worse than waiting weeks to receive prints only to find wacky colors and muddy details. Discount prints are cheap for a reason. Your photos deserve to be proudly displayed in your home with true-to-life color and crisp details. I have sought out the best print companies to offer a selection of the finest print products available. These companies work exclusively with professional photographers and are among the few places I trust to deliver accurate, beautiful prints that last for generations. You can have confidence when ordering through me. I check every order for cropping (no one likes their head cut off!) and to ensure that no further editing is needed.

What size prints should we buy?

When it comes to wall art, the larger the better. You’d be surprised how small a print can look on a large wall. I typically recommend at least a 16x20, but larger wall spaces would benefit from a 20x30 or 30x40. Wall clusters (several prints hung together) can be the most effective way to fill a large wall, and come in various styles and groupings. I would be happy to make some recommendations based on your personal style and home.

What’s the difference between Deep Matte, Gallery Wraps, Metal Prints, and Thin Wraps?

Deep matte prints are my premium alternative to standard paper prints. The deep matte non-reflective surface creates tremendous visual impact with rich color, sharp details, and velvety soft texture.

Canvas Gallery Wraps are a classic choice for any home and occasion. Printed on premium canvas and wrapped around a 1.5" stretcher bar, nothing shows off your artistic side quite like a Gallery Wrap.

Metal Prints, on the other hand, have a modern edge and add contemporary elegance to your home. These show-stopping conversation pieces are created by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. This results in an almost magical luminescence, as well as an ultra-hard scratch resistant surface that is waterproof and easy to clean – just avoid direct sunlight.

Thin Wraps are a low-profile, affordable way to display your photos. This product is created by wrapping a paper or canvas print over a thin mounting board.

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