Bateman Family Gallery

Dear James and Angela

I was so excited to welcome you back yesterday, it really was an honour and a treat to meet gorgeous Andrew and to catch up!

Welcome to your gallery page, I am so thrilled to be sharing this with you!

I hope you love your beautiful portraits as much as I do, it was certainly fun creating them for you!

As mentioned, now is the time to start to have a think about how you might like to display your pictures. I have emailed you a copy of the price list for your reference. I have made a note of the frame you want to match your previous one of Stephanie and I know you wish to choose some digital files, or you can go ‘off piste’ and choose something else!

The following advice might not be so relevant to you as you have some thoughts already, but you may find it useful to follow these steps when deciding what you wish to do with your portraits:

  1. I suggest to clients to start by having a look round their homes and consider which walls would be best used to share portraits from this session. Popular rooms for hanging your portraits are sitting rooms, hallways and the kitchen as it’s nice to enjoy seeing them everyday.
  2. Set aside a quiet couple of hours to make your decisions together. Go through your gallery and get an overall feeling for which are your favourites, you may wish to write on a piece of paper which ones you like the most.
  3. Consider which portraits you wish to display on your walls. Do you like single portraits framed or multi image frames (where several images are brought together in a frame to tell a story)? If you like single images they can be framed or made into a canvas gallery wrap. Perhaps you might have a single on your wall or 2 or 3 singles in a row, which looks quite effective. There are sizes of the frames on my product list page 1(they can be square too). Canvases can be any size. The canvas gallery wraps are finished to exceptional standards (museum grade), which are quite different to any you would see on the high street or online.
  4. Once you have decided on your frames/canvas (wall art) choice, you can consider digital files which are available to purchase once you have chosen wall art >£195.


As a reminder digital files are priced at 10 for £350, 20 for £495, or all for £750 so the latter gives you the best value for money. Most Clients like to order a combination of wall art and files, so that you can enjoy your pictures on the wall, but also have the added security and flexibility of knowing you have the licence to print your favourites. If you wish to choose digital files but not the full set, please reference the images by number (these can be seen below the image in the gallery) and also a brief description.

By the way, the images are edited to about 90% of their finished state, the final edit will be done once I know which are your favourites. If there is an image that you love, but there’s a part of it you’re not so keen on, let me know as I might be able to work my photoshop magic!

Please let me know if you have any questions at any time. I look forward to hearing from you.

Would you mind telling me your choices by next Friday 10th February so I can schedule in time to fulfil your order? Does that suit you?

Many thanks, happy choosing!

Ps – Please don’t attempt to copy/download the watermarked files, these are all copyrite images, thank you.




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