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Each shoot tells it’s own little story, the story of how your child or your family was at that very moment in time.  There is no better way to showcase this than through a storyboard, which is why I include them in so many of my print packages!

Each is mounted on a sturdy background so that they can be displayed with or without framing.  They can be propped up on a mantle or bookcase for a casual look, or displayed on an easel for a more formal presentation.

Storyboards can have many configurations, but my favorite way is to keep it simple, classic and beautiful. Here are two examples: