There are a lot of things that we can spend our money on. From cars to electronics to clothing, most of our consumables begin decreasing in value the moment we take them home, having little or no value in 5 to 10 years.

But photography is different. The longer you own it, the more valuable it becomes.

When you are a newlywed and you hold your wedding album for the first time, it has value. But I promise that in five years when are showing your preschooler the day your family started, it’s more valuable. Fast forward 30 or 40 years when your grandchild is holding that album, amazed that you and your spouse were once so young, it’s even more valuable.

Or think of your album of images from those first few blurry, sleep deprived weeks when you brought home your first baby. They have value when you celebrate your child’s first birthday and you are amazed at how much your baby grew and developed in his or her first year. But imagine looking through those images when that same baby is graduating high school, wondering where the years went. That album has become far more valuable.

This is why when you are choosing a photographer to capture a part of your life, from a wedding day to snapshot of your everyday life, quality matters. The investment you are making isn’t just for today; it’s for the years ahead. The investment you are making isn’t just for you; it’s for the family you are starting and the family you will have in the future.

My clients invest in photography because they have realized this is true. They are interested in albums they can look back on and love for years to come.

If you are interested in investing in my photography services, please contact me at meg@megbrock.com for more information.

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