So you've hired a professional photographer to take amazing images of your family with the intention of celebrating this very special time in your life by purchasing digital files so you can print your tiny 5x7 prints and maybe an 8x10 (because it seems bigger) at the local photo lab?
The negative space around your tiny 5x7 portrait is actually taking away from your beautiful photographs. I have photography software that will enable me to design custom works of art for your home. I am able to use this software to import your own images and display them on your wall, therefore, enabling you to see what it looks like on your wall. One of the best parts is you can see what size will look the best on your wall. Take a look at the following images; they have been scaled to size so it shows you exactly what the size is in relation to the furniture in the room.
You invest in custom photography to cherish and remember this time in your life always. Display it largely and proudly in your home. It makes such a beautiful statement and impression. So, print size, does it really matter? Take a look at the image below, which canvas size would you rather have hanging above the nursery crib?