Spring Grove Studio | Contemporary Portraiture in Belle Vernon, PA | 724.263.4114
Everyone deserves a beautiful portrait. If you don't see anything beautiful about yourself, get a better mirror, look a little closer, stare a little longer. ~S.B.
For portrait clients, Spring Grove Studio does not sell only digital photos. Actually, compared to many photographers in the area, we don’t offer a lot of photos. For portrait sessions, SGS typically averages 20 matted prints with digital images per session. This comes as a shock to many people because our industry is saturated with photographers who offer hundreds of photos on a disk. So here are a few reasons why we are challenging the status quo:
We believe in quality over quantity.
Quality is important when it is for a special person or moment. We take hundreds of photos during your session generally, but we only want to show you the very best. Who really cares for half blinking shots, slightly out of focus and awkward first tries? Would you really want your friends and family to see those? As artists, we select the images in your gallery so that we can present you in the best light possible with an eye on the details.
Quality photographs take time to produce.
We’re extremely thorough with our choice of photos and retouching. We photograph everyday people, and there is a signature look to Spring Grove Studio's images. Retouching takes time, even more time than we spend photographing, ordering, taking calls and doing consultations. Consult with us if retouching is an issue and we will do everything to accommodate you in this area.
Your images deserve the attention of an artist.
Each print presented to clients at their viewing and ordering session has been passionately produced with attention to detail. Because we don’t have to process hundreds of photos, we can focus our energy on editing your very best photos to the highest of standards. You deserve only quality images; not a gallery of mediocre ones. SGS provides art for clients who want something very special in their home. They realize that more is not always better.