What a unique way to present your portraits on a "floating" gallery block - Los Angeles Children's Photographer

One of the ways that I add value to my clients is to always be on the look-out for unique and creative ways to present the beautiful portraits.  I had a portrait session with the family of Beau and Stacy and never had a chance to write about it.The fact is, their daughter Savannah gave me lots of interesting images, as you know how my photography is inspired by children.  I thought the "floating" gallery block would be a nice addition to any family's nursery or a child's bedroom.  As a result, I designed this sample product using some images of Savannah's cute expressions:

Floating Gallery Block - Beau & Stacey Family Portrait Session - ©Jean Huang Photography - View 1

Floating Gallery Block - Beau & Stacey Family Portrait Session - ©Jean Huang Photography - View 1

Floating Gallery Block - Beau & Stacey Family Portrait Session - ©Jean Huang Photography - View 2

Floating Gallery Block - Beau & Stacey Family Portrait Session - ©Jean Huang Photography - View 2

As you see in the images above, this "floating" gallery block is a series of smaller gallery blocks constructed as a collage on an overall large background, also made of a gallery block.  The photographs are printed on Kodak ENDURA Metallic photo paper with a satin laminate, which are then adhered to solid wood with perfect 90-degree corners.  What's not reflected in the above 2 images is the beautiful sheer glow that came from the metallic photo paper, toned down just perfectly by the laminate.

This is another frame-less, ready to hang product that will add colors and characteristics to any family's walls and sizes and colors can be customized.

I would love to hear your thoughts and/or questions.