I have got to tell you about something that is at the heart of Kimi Photography’s business model. Digital negatives by themselves could possibly be a poor reason to invest in a photographer. Sure, they have their place and are great for showing off to friends and family and posting on the next hottest social site. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m as much of a tech geek as the next guy, but I believe some art is lost in translation and is still best appreciated as something tangible. A canvas print on the wall that shows your little girl’s first few days, an elegant heirloom album with a story of your family, these things are enjoyed and treasured for a lifetime. I get so much more joy seeing my wonderfully made prints of my family on the wall than the ones I have hidden on a drive somewhere in that drawer. Or was it in the closet? Did I copy all those images to my laptop? Maybe backed up in the “cloud” or on a DVD (which some companies decided a dvd player doesn’t even belong in a computer any more) in storage. You can see where I’m going here, especially if you’ve got that blu-ray dvd of your wedding pictures somewhere and no way to enjoy that and experience the investment.