Gifting photography sessions is recommended as a unique, meaningful present. It offers an enduring, emotionally-rich medium that creates treasured keepsakes which appreciate over time. They facilitate meaningful connections and capture fleeting moments, thus becoming an invaluable investment in memories.
A Wisconsin-based photographer donates her services to local non-profits, using photography to support their missions. She often collaborates with Parent Teacher Organizations and schools, providing sessions for fundraising events. Contributions have also been made to silent auctions like the one for the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, raising awareness, attracting donors, and helping families.
The post discusses the common flaws in routine school photographs and highlights the need for more personalized school portraits. The writer, a professional photographer, introduces their new service offering “alternative school portraits,” designed to capture a child’s unique personality. These photoshoots are conducted in pre-scheduled 10-minute slots. The sessions are planned for November 11th at the Oregon Youth Center and cost $95+tax, with additional packages available for purchase.
Long days and short years A few mornings ago, I woke up way too early. The kids had to be up at 6 while the clock next to the bed read 4:30. Groaning, I tried to go back to sleep. I laid in bed, tossing and turning for about a half hour, but then I …