Almost weekly, I drive to the National Archives Museum in Washington D.C. to photograph a military ceremony. It’s always an honor when military families trust me to photograph their treasured memories of having their ceremony in front of the United States Constitution.
However, once the ceremony is over, now it’s time for the member and their family to decide how they would like to display their memories. There are several options to choose from; album, framed portrait, canvas, and more. Today, I’ll be highlighting the beauty of a framed portrait. Frames from Tamieka Smith Photography really are stunning and museum quality.
On Monday, I received this beautiful frame in the studio and had a live unboxing on Facebook. Did you see it? The framed portrait is from a family I photographed at The National Archives Museum. As you can see the frame is breathtaking.
Framed portraits by Tamieka Smith Photography are made with museum grade non-glare conservation glass. Yes, no more looking at a portrait of your family and seeing a glare. In addition, there is a UV protective spray placed on the canvas textured print to prevent it from fading. It is truly a piece of art your family will adore looking at and that will last for generations. The hardware is preinstalled on the back of the frame for easy installation in your home. In addition, there are backstoppers to prevent scratching on your walls.
Hello, I'm Tamieka, the owner of and photographer behind Tamieka Smith Photography a Los Angeles family photographer and Northern Virginia/National Archives Promotion Ceremony photographer in Torrance, CA. I am happy you came to visit the blog! I hope you find inspiration and helpful tips. In addition, to a peek into my life as a family photographer.