Okay so the holiday gift idea posts were supposed to be every Friday but now they’re turning into one day during the week! This week I’ve decided to highlight gift certificates.
Sometimes people don’t take the time out to get their family photos taken and next thing you know it’s been 5 years since their last photo together as a family. This is were a gift certificate is a PERFECT gift! It serves as a “reason” to go get pictures taken.
Gift certificates do not have to be for family pictures only – they can be used for someone who might be expecting a baby soon or even a couple that was recently engaged.
If you’re interested in more information about gift certificates, shoot me an email! email@example.com
And of course a post is complete without a photo! Here are a couple photos taken during my mini-sessions on November 19th (by the way, there are still some openings for December 3rd’s mini-sessions)
Coupon MUST be used in the proper field in order to take effect. Orders cannot be cancelled if the code is not entered. Coupon can not be used in conjunction with a print credit coupon. Valid online only and cannot be applied toward photo sessions. Cannot be used for prints that have already been purchased. No refunds. Not applicable for online galleries that have expired.
You might recognize this family as they’ve been on the blog for several years now. Well their family has grown! Big sister Morgan was so great at singing to her brother while holding him in the rocking chair.
This little guy was so great, he let us tug and do whatever we wanted with him!
I haven’t shown a before and after picture for a while. After editing this one, I thought it would be a good one to show. Going into shooting this image, I knew the powerline was going to be something I’d have to edit out later. There was no getting out of it and no way to shoot the photo without the powerline showing. The one thing I didn’t anticipate was a child jumping into the background second before I took the shot. However, after looking at the shot, I knew that was something I could probably fix later – as we didn’t have time to reshoot this particular shot.
So I ended up cloning out the powerline and child in the back. Then I warmed up the photo a bit because it was a little on the cool side. I left the wood pole in the picture because it basically looks like a tree, and because it would have been extremely difficult to remove.