It may be hard to believe, with six inches of snow on the ground, but Spring is just around the corner. And with it comes one of my favorite times of the year for my photography business.
It’s the time of year that I get to capture those really special moments of life.
It’s a time of First Communions
And Prom, of course.
And I have to say that I absolutely love Event Photography. I love the my clients hire me, to capture those key moments of their special parties and events. For them, it takes the pressure off of having to try to take pictures and at the same time be able to actually enjoy their occasions. For me, it’s my absolute joy, to do all of the hard work.
During events, there are so many key moments, that should be completely lived and taken in, and while the families that I work with enjoy these special moments, I’m in the background, capturing them all.
I’ll capture those big group shots of the little ones
And the big kids too.
I completely understand that hiring an event photographer is another investment to make when planning your special event. However, when you think about it, the food, the venue and the entertainment will last for that day. But investing in a great photographer means that you will take away memories that can be cherished for years and years to come. The photography is something that will last well past the day of your memorable event.
So, don’t mind me, but I’m advocating. As you plan for your communion, or your party or your prom, consider hiring a professional photographer, to capture it all for you. Let me do the photography work, while you actually enjoy everything else that you’ve invested in without having to worry about taking pictures.
My event pricing is $250 per hour and includes all of the best of your beautifully edited, digital images taken within that time (print options are also available for an additional price). I know that it’s an investment. But it’s one that you will be able to enjoy past the day and one that you and your family will cherish for a lifetime.
(Spring dates fill up quickly. If you would like more information, please feel free to Facebook message me, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org)