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Gather Them Together for a New Family Portrait
Also Receive 20 FREE Designed Christmas Cards as a bonus
RECEIVE 70% OFF YOUR SESSION FEE
When family gets together, make sure you get a family portrait - especially if some of them live out of town.
November & December Special
Receive 70% off our regular family portrait session fee.
We have outside locations available or we also have a studio if you prefer. We are choosing locations that look great at any time of the year so you are sure to have beautiful family portraits.
Here is what your session includes:
1 Hour Portrait Session
Your family can be big or small. We have no limits to the number in the group. We also work quickly so you and (most importantly) your kids stay in a good mood.
Individuals or Smaller Groups
We regularly do either the kids individually or break the larger family into smaller families. The best part...it still only takes an hour.
Most people have a hard time choosing what to do. We have you work with an expert to help make the experience easy.
Free Online Sharing Gallery
Do you have family out-of-town or want to share the images online? You get a online gallery where you can view all your images and share them with those you care about.
FREE Display Consultation
OUR MOST LOVED FEATURE! You do not have to guess if your displays will look good. Our display professional will help you design why, where and how to display your images.
Affordable Print and Digital
You can now afford large prints. Our in-house printing will last over 120 years and our large prints are up to 75% less than our competition. We also have options where you can get the digital files for free.
Discounted Custom Framing
We want you to be able to spend your money on the prints and not the frames. We offer our custom framing at our cost.
One more thing to make it easy. After everything is done, we will install your display at no charge.
Pricing and Available Options
Our regular session fee is $100 for a family portrait session. We know that lots of families have people coming in from out of town to visit for the holidays. We also know that it is very difficult for those families to get family portraits taken. So, for the months of November and December we are discounting that fee by 70%.
With the 70% discount
Your print displays will be the most important part of your family portrait. We strongly suggest that families consider what they want to display in their home first. Then worry about the digital files.
We enjoy large prints and we have tried to keep the price of our large prints as low as possible
(i.e. our 24x36 is only $225, compare that to other professional photographers and see it is nearly half of many other photographers).
We typically find most families will spend between $75 and $600 for their print order.
$75 - $600
Depending on sizes and quantity
The US Library of Congress has said that the average life of a digital file is only 5 to 10 years. The best advice for digital files is:
"Digital to share - Print to Preserve"
With our portraits, once the family has decided what they want for their displays, they almost always have earned a free version of the digital files.
Usually free with a print order
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3 Essential Parts Of a Family Portrait
Capture the Right Images
The #1 thing that endears someone to a portrait is the ability to see faces. We have photographed thousands of families since 1998. We want the portrait to do more than be a cute idea or just a beautiful picture. We also want those who see the picture to be able to relate to your family and see the personality of your family.
Images Displayed Well
No matter how good your portrait is, if it is not displayed well, it will rarely get looked at. It depends on where the image is displayed and what size it is. We work closely with our clients to help make sure they will not only like their portraits but also that they will be able to enjoy them every day.
Your portrait is not only to be enjoyed today but also for future generations. It used to be that all photography was archival. But, since digital, the expected life of photographic images has diminished. Right now the average life of a printed photograph is only 8 to 12 years. We have a special archival process that is expected to last 120 years.
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