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Don't be shy,

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Occasionally I'll do portraits and other custom photography. I love trying new things, so feel free to send me an email with your idea! 


Emily Gust  |  Photographer

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  • Can I order digital copies of your images to print myself?
    I get this question a lot, and the answer is 'no'. I have taken a lot of time to ensure that colours come up accurately through the printing process and have chosen my printer because of the quality. Most people are unaware of the issues with printing at the drugstore and thus, end up with a low-quality image (for about the same price as I charge). Here is an example of what I mean. These were the identical file, but the photo on top is a drug store print, on the bottom is my chosen printer:
  • Do you offer framing?
    At the moment, we offer limited framing pictured below. WE ARE LOOKING FOR A LOCAL FRAMER TO PARTNER WITH!! So if you're located in East Central/Regina area and would like partner with us, please get in touch! :) Available for image sizes 16x20, 11x14, and 8x10. Available in modern white or black frames with white matting.
  • Do you have a gallery or displays of your work somewhere?
    Not yet! But if you have an idea of where you think I should, let me know!
  • Where do you ship to?
    All of Canada! Flat rate shipping of $18, with Free Shipping over $200. We also offer local pick-up and drop-off as we travel quite a bit! Just contact us before placing your order and we'll let you know if it's an option for you.
  • You say not to handle prints, but I want to frame my print myself. What should I do?"
    You can find cotton, lint-free gloves at most hardware or craft stores. Alternatively, you can use a dust free latex glove to handle your prints. This isn't ideal, as it can still contain contaminents that may degreade the ink over-time, but a quick transfer to the frame should be safe. You may also need acid-free mounting tape which can usually be found at craft stores. This safely adheres the image to matting or a backboard.
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