2012 was our best year yet! We are so incredibly grateful for your business and support! What a blessing it has been to retain clients while meeting so many new ones this past year. We are trying to be more proactive by encouraging you to book your spot early. It’s never fun when we can’t make room on our calendar for an existing client 🙁
Please take a look at our website and see our new digital package and rates. We have eliminated the session fee and just lumped it into one package. If you had ordered the full CD and (40) 5×7″ prints in the past then you will be excited to see you will be saving $50 with the new rates. For those of you that booked your session prior to February 2013, you can still use the old rates, however if you get the CD you’ll want to use the new rates to save $50.
Why an in-home session can be anything but ordinary!
I love “in-home” sessions. When I began my business over seven years ago, I started by shooting indoors. Although the light isn’t the same as being outdoors, I’ve gotten pretty good at finding it inside a house using windows alone. So many memories take place right in the home. What a great way for your family to truly remember what life was like. Let me emphasis the importance of the house not being perfect. Because for most people, the house never is for longer than 30 minutes. I seriously doubt your kids will be disappointed that you photographed them at home but forgot to paint their room the perfect shade of blue or that you didn’t have coordinating pillows on the bed. They’re going to want the real memories.
These kiddos below are super fun. I’ve been photographing Liza since she was a wee baby. Well, and Jack….. I’ve photographed his first breath of life. So, yeah….. we’re close! Liza is such a mother hen and Jack is such a BOY. It’s been funny watching him grow up and wear his mother out 🙂 He does things that Liza never dreamed of doing when she was that age. As in any girl, she had other tricks up her sleeve 🙂
As I was packing up, Liza was eating her snacks and ran over to me and said “I’m “Pinocchio” with a carrot as a nose. So cute.