Whether you feel overwhelmed by the number of images piling up on your iPhone, need a thoughtful gift for the grandparents, want to create a special family video, or find a way to elevate your entire archive, Heirloom General Store is your one-stop shop for everything family photo-related.
Albums and wall art are beautiful ways to create tangible pieces your family will love. If you’ve commissioned a family photo shoot with Sarah Sloboda in the past, request access to your archive in the new online shop where you can customize and preview a unique array of photo products.
Elevate your memories.
Sarah’s in-person photo shoots are currently limited to the Cleveland, Ohio, area. For clients elsewhere, choose from her iPhone photo editing services to brighten up this year’s holiday card and make special gifts for yourself and loved ones.
Holiday Card Photo Edits include color-correction and basic retouching to take your pictures up a notch. (Click here to view a sample before and after.)
If you’ve got more images piling up on your phone than a simple holiday card’s worth, you can book a full cull-and-edit package. “Less is More,” and having your photos professionally culled will help draw out memorable emotions and put them into a context you can cherish. Heirloom General Store cull-and-edit packages come with a Lay-Flat album credit so you can hold your memories in your hands.
“Less is more.”Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
There’s something magical about the moving image. If you’ve got video clips of your kids throughout the year or over the years, order a Mini Film Package to have them professionally edited into a finished, story-telling piece. Still images can be incorporated to fill in story gaps. Memorial and bar/bat mitzvah slideshow videos are also available.
For families who are compelled to have a comprehensive archive, digital photos, videos, and old prints can all be combined into unique finished products. Family Archive projects are done by custom quote after an initial consultation to determine scope.
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