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I'm a Jersey girl living in the Colorado mountains- I'm a sucker for glowly light and deep conversations over a glass of whiskey . . .

Meet Ashley

My two disclaimers on where I print my photos:

  1. I am not personally endorsing any company, simply sharing my preferences.
  2. I’m super picky

Keep in mind . . . not all printers are created equal. So, since you invested in your photography, I highly recommend you invest in your prints as well. If you get them printed at Walgreens or Snapfish, just know that they do not guarantee color match. As in, your photos can look super different from what you see on your screen to what you get in person. A variety of issues can occur with low quality printing; pixelating, blur, crops, etc . . .

Some photographers will calibrate their monitor to match a specific printing company’s settings so that there will be no real difference. Obviously, you do not need to go this far. Simply choosing a reliable printing source is usually sufficient.

Clients often ask me what printing company I use. My answer: WHCC (white house custom color) Luckily, now when you book a session with me your images are uploaded to a private online gallery that gives you access to this amazing company! Prior to this new partnership- WHCC was only available for vetted and verified Professional Photographers. But now, all my clients have access to their amazing products! Read more on that here. As an aside, you can not go to their website and order directly, it will have to be through your client gallery shop.

Here is a list of companies that are reliable and color match:

I’ve been really happy with the quality of their photos. They printed a little warm to me, (again, I am super picky) but I still loved them!

Pro prints:
They specialize in canvas and fine art prints, so this a good resource for something other than your everyday photo prints.

I recently bought a few of their photo scrolls and I am in LOVE with them, they are beautiful! They offer so many creative options for ways to hang photos in your home.

Here is a list of some other reputable places to print your photos. I haven’t used these places myself yet, so I can’t personally vouch for them. However, they were recommend by some photographer friends of mine.

Nations Photo Lab

Try out a few of these, find your fave, sign up for e-mails, and print your photos when they are running a sale. Many of these will have a discount code for first time users as well, so make sure to take advantage of that.

Here’s a few of my new favorites hanging up around my home! <3

Where I print my photos | Montrose CO Photographer
Both the standouts (left) and the floating canvas (right) are from WHCC
Where I print my photos | Western Slope Photographer
Both prints in this photo are from WHCC

Small woods prints | Grand Junction Photographer
These tapestry style hanging photos are from Smallwoods, (link above)

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