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Keepsake Quality. Flexible and Affordable

We have something for almost every budget

Families come in all sizes and situations so we don’t restrict you with pre-set portrait packages. We offer “create your own” packages where based on your purchase, you’ll enjoy discounts and or complimentary products that everyone loves for generous package like savings.


Beautiful Wall Displays

A beautiful hand crafted wall display from Keepsake Photography will warm your heart each time you walk past it for the rest of your life.  We offer many types of wall displays from $390 that are traditionally framed single image & multi image collage wall displays to modern canvas wrapped portraits, canvas groupings and even portraits printed on metal for an industrial look.  For your convenience, custom framing with a solid wood frame is included in the cost of any non canvas or metal wall display.


Storybook Albums

Compliment your child's portraits with a stunning custom designed, hand bound, hard cover coffee table Legacy Album with up to 35 images. We also offer leather bound single image 4x5, 5x7 & 8x10 portrait albums that contain 10 or 20 images from just $229.  


Gift Sized Prints To Share

Groupings of 8x10's and 5x7's begin at $260.  Additional 8x10 and 5x7 gift prints are just $30.  Groupings of wallet sized portraits begin at $40.  Groupings of multi pose Legacy wallets begin at just $60.  


Legacy Table Collages and Mini Albums

Multi pose Legacy collages are available in 8x8 and 10x10 panel sizes from $169. Legacy Mini Albums from $149 for a three pack.  Many different Legacy styles available!


Framed Mini's

Framed, glassed and easel backed; these framed mini's are perfect for your desk, small space or as a cherished gift.  Available in single image or four pose configurations from just $95.


Digital Packages

Digital packages from just $190

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Comparing price for professional photography

Every industry that builds products to sell, has an MSRP (Manufactures Suggested Retail Price) that is put out to set a standard from the manufacturer. If you have priced a car, the MSRP is the same regardless of where you go. If you buy a toaster, television or anything retail, there is an MSRP.

There is no MSRP in professional photography.

We all know you can go to the local drug store and pay a $1.99 for a print. But much of the cost of a photographic print produced by a professional photographer has a lot more to do with the time, equipment costs, years of training, the growing costs of running a legitimate business and finally; the expertise and reputation of the photographer.

There is no substitute for experience

There is an old story about a ship that cost a company millions to build. Something went wrong in the engine room and the ship was stuck in dock. They called various “experts” who spent weeks trying to fix the issue to no avail and at a cost of tens of thousands of dollars.

Finally a older gentleman was called in who simply brought in his small tool bag and a hammer. He set about pinging on various parts of the vast engine with his hammer, finally settling on one area. He spent a few minutes pinging in that area, took out a few tools and fixed what was wrong.

After a few moments the man straightened up, looked at the captain and instructed him to “start her up.” The captain disbelievingly went to get the engines started while the man sat in the engine room listening as the engine roared to life. The man tipped his hat as he exited the ship to the staff who sat dumbfounded because they had seen all the experts come on board for days with their expensive equipment only to have the ship not fixed. This man did it in a few minutes!

A few days passed and the man sent the shipping company a bill for $10,000. The accounting department contacted him immediately. Why all the rumors mentioned that this man had only spent “a few minutes” fixing the ship “with his hammer and a few other random tools”. When questioned about why his bill was for $10,000? The man confidently responded: “In fact the time was worth the $1,000. The other $9,000 was for the years of experience and the ability to discern the issue as quickly as possible for the company.”

Not all photographers are the same

When you hire a photographer of sound reputation, you are hiring an expert. Someone that knows that they must always reinvest in their business to create the reputation of being top notch.

Some photographers are in demand because of their low price. These "casual" photographers undervalue the industry because they do not have the experience or expertise. More often than not, these casual “photographers” neglect to factor in the costs of business, employees, equipment, software, back ups, etc. and soon go out of business.

Being in demand for awesome photography, great customer service and top notch quality products takes years and years on the photographer’s part. This is where the old adage "you get what you pay for" comes from.

No one wants to pay too much for anything so when you see a price that seems to good to be true, it probably is. For a one in a lifetime portrait like your son or daughters senior portrait, remember; the bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price wears off. Hire a professional who has work that you love and offers products that you can afford. You won't regret it!

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