Michelle Smith-Lewis Portfolios
Digital Images

If you are looking for a new headshot or a branding session for your online presence then digital files are the way to go. Your final images can easily be downloaded from my proofing site and saved on your computer.

Prints

When it comes to a creative session this is the perfect opportunity for printed images. Wall art, folio boxes, or photo books are wonderful keepsakes and gifts to share with your loved ones. Longevity is another great reason to choose prints. When prepared in an archival manner prints can last up to 100 years.

I started my career as a film photographer and spent many hours in the darkroom making prints as well as working with photo labs that I trusted. When I converted my business to digital it was much easier to hand over the digital files to my clients. The traditional photographer in me still appreciates a good print, so I’m now offering both digital files and printed options… with the emphases on the printed image. 
Here is a quick view of my products and why I offer them.
Which one is the best for you and why?
You don’t need 100’s of photos to have a successful photo session.
Here are some ideas on what to wear for your next headshot session!
What are your choices for standing out with your new headshot?
The best way to understand creative portraiture is by comparing it to traditional portraits.
Finding the courage to rebrand my business during the Covid pandemic.

Digital Images or Prints?

8/18/2022

Digital Images

If you are looking for a new headshot or a branding session for your online presence then digital files are the way to go. Your final images can easily be downloaded from my proofing site and saved on your computer.

Prints

When it comes to a creative session this is the perfect opportunity for printed images. Wall art, folio boxes, or photo books are wonderful keepsakes and gifts to share with your loved ones. Longevity is another great reason to choose prints. When prepared in an archival manner prints can last up to 100 years.

I started my career as a film photographer and spent many hours in the darkroom making prints as well as working with photo labs that I trusted. When I converted my business to digital it was much easier to hand over the digital files to my clients. The traditional photographer in me still appreciates a good print, so I’m now offering both digital files and printed options… with the emphases on the printed image.