Balsman Photography Moves to New Studio to Give Clients Memorable Experience; Grand Opening Soon

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Kim Balsman, owner & chief photographer of Balsman Photography has moved her studio to 612 Kimbark Street in the historic central business district in Longmont, CO. While her previous space was functional for photography, the new studio allows her to provide her clients a comfortable, memorable experience.

Kim Balsman, owner & chief photographer of Balsman Photography (http://www.balsmanphotography.com) has moved her studio to 612 Kimbark Street in Longmont, CO. Since opening in October, 2006, Kim ran her studio in a small space. Her previous studio was fully functional for photography, but Kim wanted to offer her clients more.

In December, 2007, Kim moved Balsman Photography to a larger building with the room she needed to bring her vision to life. The building is a turn-of-the-century Victorian in Longmont's historic central business district. To provide her clients with a comfortable, memorable experience, Kim established not only a larger primary camera room, but also added a secondary camera room, a comfortably furnished waiting room with a fully stocked kitchen nearby, and a projection room with reclining seats. The new studio also has enough room to add to her already extensive collection of backdrops, wardrobes, props, and sets. "I want everyone who visits Balsman Photography to feel great about having their portraits done with us", says Kim.

Kim feels strongly that Balsman Photography stands out by giving her clients more. "It's so much more than just the portraits themselves. We provide our clients with a unique and memorable experience," Kim says. Before the session, Kim meets with each client to make sure she understands just what they need. On the day of the session, Balsman Photography treats its clients as a star, greeting clients with a red carpet and announcing them as the day's star on a miniature marquee. During sessions, family & friends who come along are treated to soft couches and a large screen television to watch as well as being able to help themselves to a drink or snack in the kitchen while waiting. When images are ready to view, Kim produces a photo "Premier" to showcase the clients' portraits in a dedicated projection room, complete with fresh popcorn and reclining theater seats. "Balsman Photography is very cozy and professional at the same time", says Chris G., a client. Says Jocelyn U., another client, "I like Balsman Photography because it's a comfortable place, and they have a wide selection of backgrounds." Client Dan S. echoes that sentiment: "The studio at Balsman Photography is very well equipped with photography equipment and many backdrops and sets."

Balsman Photography will celebrate the new studio's official grand opening in February, 2008, but is open for business and continues to accept appointments now. "It's very exciting", Kim says, "to see the new studio up and running. The finishing touches are being made. More props and sets are arriving soon to give our clients even more selection."

Balsman Photography (http://www.balsmanphotography.com) provides fine portraits for high school seniors, families, pets, children, and models in the studio, outdoors in the on site portrait park (scheduled to open in the spring), or on location. Balsman Photography also provides portrait-journalistic wedding photography. For further information on Balsman Photography or to schedule an interview, please contact Kim Balsman at 303-678-1335.

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