Monthly Archives: September 2011

Mini sessions are coming October 2nd and everyone is going to be wondering what to wear! Well here it is, get inspired by the colours and textures provided here. It helps sometimes to see exactly what “coordinating” but not matching means. I’m a visual person as I’m sure a lot of others are, and it make much more sense to me once I see something….then I know exactly what it means!

Three busy boys and one very busy mom! Although I was a bit under the weather for this shoot I hung in there and I’m glad I did. These little guys were so full of personality and the camera loves personality….my camera anyways. I had such a hard time decided which images to share because there were so many that I loved. Here are some of my favourites!

What is a “mini” session?

I hold the Fall “Mini” sessions as a simple and easy way to capture some lasting memories that you can share with friends and family over the Christmas Season.

The low down:

– 20-25 minutes of custom photography in a package that includes an online proofing gallery of 10-15 images. Included in your package is 5 digital files, 5- 5X7’s, 2-8X10’s and a custom Christmas card design in digital file format. You can use your 5 digital files to make holiday cards, or you could print an 11×14 for your wall or an 8×10 to frame for a special gift. It’s all up to you:)

– Mini Sessions are usually for children’s portraits only, but because I know how you all feel about that Christmas family shot this session includes the opportunity for family poses as well if you would like. The session may include up to 4 people. Additional members $25 each.

Once you inquire about a booking we can discuss time slots. These sessions are scheduled for Sunday October 2nd 9:00-12:00 and 3:00-6:00.

**Mini Sessions go fast, so get in touch to reserve your spot ASAP, and pass the word…

I knew when mom showed up with these 3 little ladies that we were going to get some amazing photos. Although it was a bit chilly in the shade they were prefect little troopers working hard to earn their meal at Burger King:) Thank you so much Danielle for visiting me again and allowing me to photograph your girls:)