Don't do that with your digitals!

So now you have a bunch of digital's from your photo shoot. Now what, send them of to Costco? Walgreens? So many things are wrong with those options!

I have poured over your images, carefully editing, light shadows, color curves, and levels to create a specific look to match the look and mood of the image. I do not slap a filter on run! So now you have these beautiful images, you've shared them online, you downloaded them to your drive. Are you truly happy living these really important moments on a 2 x 6 screen? You can always take them to get them printed at any pharmacy, but these printers are one size fits all. These are not calibrated to my screen. And these "techs" are not trained or authorized to digitally do so. Lets not get into their cheap paper either. You can expect their prints to sag, fade, and just look, well ... cheap! You are better than that. I promise you.


You've created your life in your home, now its time to decorate your home with your life.

I am here to help you in every step of the way in decorating and creating the correct print medium.

Transform your artwork into stunning masterpieces with our Premium polished acrylic. The combination of super-vivid printing, professional-quality materials, and the depth and details of your photo creates an astonishing effect.



Acrylic glass, will enhance the strongest hues even further and bring your image to life.

The crystal clear nature of acrylic means it will significantly boost the sharpness of your photo while also increasing the dynamic range of the image. Expect beautiful velvety dark areas that contrast wonderfully with vibrant splashes of intense color. Your photo will become richer and more expressive. Photo acrylic prints work particularly well with photos that have dominant areas of negative space; they’re especially suitable for monochrome fine art photography.




The single biggest difference between a canvas and acrylic photo print is the material on which the image is printed. With canvas your photo is printed directly onto the fabric itself. Acrylic prints, meanwhile, see your image printed first of all on genuine lab-quality photo paper. This is then mounted onto a precisely cut sheet of acrylic glass and squeezed between the sheet and a hard-plastic backing. It’s a complex procedure, but the results make it more than worthwhile.

Another difference is that regular canvas prints can be viewed as a more casual decor solution (suitable for practically any setting), while acrylic photo prints have an extra stamp of sophistication (making them perfect for office environments and contemporary galleries). Taking your photo to new aesthetic heights, the acrylic glass will provide effortless flair wherever it’s lacking!




Schedule a one on one visit, in the studio (starting May 1st). Or schedule a phone call where we can discuss options for decorating your home or office.



Covid-19 statement: As Colorado is starting to move forward, I am not ! As of right now (4-23-2020) the studio is temporarily closed to the public. Until further notice, and until I & you are comfortable, all 6ft meetings or photo shoot I will be wearing a N-90 mask. Yours, and my safety is still key.

Please email: Amanda@OpticSoulPhoto.com for booking, and print options.



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Optic Soul Photo

888 T 50th AVE

Denver, CO 80216

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