“I cherish the photos”

Dear friends, do you have photos of your parents and grandparents? Photos that show them at their best right now? In the last two years, I have done two photo sessions that mean more than most other photo sessions, because the beautiful, wonderful women are no longer with us. One photo session was done in October and her funeral was in late November. The other was done in November, and her funeral was in March. And do you know what her daughter said about her and the photos?

“She’s so much better now. I’d be selfish to want her to stay with us longer and struggle.
I cherish the photos–we all have said
“Thank God we had them done.”

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Sue, 1940 – 2020

I see so many obituaries that use a picture clearly clipped from another picture, because that is the only picture “mom” would allow…and thus, that’s all you have. And I’m glad you have that, but I want you to have something that you can cherish even after we have to let our amazing older family members go to the other side.

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Kris, 1944 – 2018

Please check with your parents or grandparents and let’s create amazing photographs so that YOU have them to share with others when the time comes.

This is so important to me, that

I offer a “Senior Citizen Portrait Session” for 50% off

with any other photography session purchase. This makes the session just $90. I will gladly “upsell” you and add this to your session, because I know just how valuable this photography can be.

Don’t let these beautiful people leave us without having beautiful photography of them.

Schedule Your Consultation Call Today!

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