It’s officially fall! Pumpkin candles, cozy blankets, cool breezes in the warm sun, crisp mountain hikes and everyone’s favorite: Autumn colors of vivid gold, orange and red. Oh, and of course, the Halloween decor that made its debut on every store shelf starting in August. It’s really hard to say no to Halloween candy for three straight months. I wouldn’t know because I always say yes, but I imagine some people practice restraint. Who are those people?!
Anyhow, this year filled up quickly! New clients, old clients, it was awesome! Thanks for all of the referrals, ladies (no offense to the men, just giving credit where credit is due). I am truly, super grateful though. I have enjoyed seeing so many of you this season already, but I don’t want to leave anyone out. In order to accommodate as many of you as I can, I have decided to open up 10 more evenings between October and November for Family photos and Senior portraits. The weekends are mostly booked, but I was able to open more weekday evenings. Don’t worry about me though, coffee is my friend and late nights are my jam … I can handle it. Just don’t judge me if you see me in car line.
That will be a wrap on outdoor fall photos, folks! Next we will be moving into winter. Speaking of winter … I am SUPER excited to share this year’s winter mini shoot details with you. As Samuel L. Jackson would say (as quoted in TWO movies now), “hold onto your butts.”
Side note: if you can name which two movies I am referring to, send me a text, I’ll be so happy to connect with a fellow geek. 😉
Saturday, December 3rd | 10am – 1pm
6 Sets | 15 Minutes | 15 Digital Images | $350 | Denver Photo Collective | 8790 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood
Basically, this year’s mini shoot is pretty cool. I have rented out space at my favorite natural light studio: The Denver Photo Collective. They have designed three themed sets for those who want a “Christmas” feel and I added on three additional sets for a more relaxed feel and to add variety. Most of us take holiday-looking-ish photos down after a couple of months. I am excited to offer a mini shoot that provides both themed photos for holiday cards and additional sets that are neutral and can stay on your walls all year. Cool, right?
Set One: The Minimalist. A cozy mid-century modern orange couch with live plants.
Set Two: Modern Fireplace. This small space photographs best with 1-2 people.
Set Three: Retro Holiday. I love that this hip set can be used for both Christmas and Hanukkah as props are moveable and interchangeable.
Set Four: The Christmas One.
Set Five: Bedtime. Can be dressed down with winter PJ’s or cozy and cute in relaxed outfits.
Set Six: I think they called this one “Gothic Christmas.” Preteens in their Doc Martens will want to hang here.
This year clients will have the opportunity to choose which photos they would like edited. More details on that once you’re booked. But not to worry, if choices scare you, I am still happy to take creative control and choose your final images for you. 🙂
Now let’s get you booked!
(you know, with that scheduler above)