Eeek! This will be my first time EVER offering spring mini sessions. I typically only do one set of mini sessions a year, and that’s at Christmas! My clients always LOVE their Christmas tree farm sessions (maybe almost as much as I do!).
If you’ve been following me on Instagram, you probably heard that I made the leap and am diving into film photography this year. (And that I’m so excited about it I can barely contain myself.) Film photography is SO COOL, and yes, a little old school. You’re probably wondering why in the heck I would want to shoot film when I have the luxury of digital photography, so I’m going to post some FAQs below. (Some of you might not even know what I mean when I say film photography—go read the FAQs and I’ll explain!)
But first—let me talk about the mini sessions! If I’m wanting to get better at film photography, I need to practice! That’s why I’m holding these mini session—it will allow me the chance to get practice with this new medium, and you’ll get some really beautiful pictures at a much cheaper rate than I normally offer. WIN-WIN!
There are only 10 spots available, and they’ll take place on Saturday, March 4th. Get all the details (like pricing and how many images you get) here: http://bit.ly/book-2017-spring-minis
These can be for couples, families, or even seniors!
Get all the details and book your spot here: http://bit.ly/book-2017-spring-minis
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Do you have other questions as they pertain to film photography or these mini sessions? Let me know! You can find my email here.
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