For photo books: Artifact Uprising
If you’re looking for clean, contemporary photo books and want to design your own, Artifact Uprising is your place. They have plenty of hard cover, layflat, and soft cover photo books in leather, cloth, and matte wraps. Their photo books also have helpful, artsy templates if designing isn’t your jam. If you’re looking for something different, check out their trendy desk calendars. Typically, they offer 15% off first orders, and like most other places, they have good holiday deals.
For framed photos: Framebridge
Quality framed photos are a bit more expensive than other photo print options, but they give you an opportunity to add a little more personality. I love Framebridge for photo framing. Aside from the millions of frame and matting options, they have options to personalize frames with engraving and story pockets, so you can leave a little note. Gifting a framed photo is a great option for your friends with bare walls and also for those who love building gallery walls.
It’s a little late to get a photo session in for your holiday cards, but family photos make great gifts year-round. Reach out to book your family portrait session—fall and winter are beautiful seasons in Tahoe. I offer gift certificates for future use that have no expiration date. And don’t forget, I travel free!