kristi hedberg photography | asheville humane society

Sweet babies available this week and also some staff favorites! Meet Brian’s favorite, Butler
Tuesday and her favorite, magpieSome sweet ones seeing their forever home this week…Brownie ( I wanted to take him home!)CaponeChacoGreen Eyed GalaxyBig eared TokiAnd sweet Remmy was adopted by Gypsy and Lauren! Going home!!!

kristi hedberg photography | living with your photos

One of the biggest questions I get after a session is, “I love so many of these…..how can I possibly display them?!” One of my favorite ways to display images is in one of my custom albums. I love the feel of a ‘coffee table’ book of just your images. A book with pages sturdy enough for even a toddler to flip through without problem.
Another look I love are canvas or standout collections for the wall. This particular display is made up of 12 x 12 canvases arranged geometrically.
another version is with 20 x 20 simple glass frames.

The possibilities for living with your photos are truly only limited by one’s imagination! let’s put our heads together to come up with the best way for you to enjoy your images for many days to come.

kristi hedberg photography | asheville senior portrait artist

These made me smile while editing them….your smile is infectious! Perfect;)

2014/04/30 - 8:58 pm

Myrth Baur Priest - How blessed am I to have you as a grand daughter. You are beautiful and i am so proud of you.

2014/04/30 - 10:03 pm

Maddie Sinsley - So gorgeous!!

kristi hedberg photography | asheville senior portrait artist

Roll Tide! Bama bound in the fall……sweetest kid ever!

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2014/05/01 - 1:44 am

Suzanne Hamel - I love all these Great pics Mary Helen! Thanks so much for sharing them with me.

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