Monday, December 02, 2013
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Mark your calendar for our most popular event of the year! We love to say THANK YOU in a meaningful way -- with free photos and a visit with Santa! We're hoping this saves our clients hours of waiting in line at the crowded shopping mall, and it gives us a chance to extend our personal holiday wishes to all the families that make it possible for us to do the work we love. So if you were a TBP client during 2013, please join us! No need to make an appointment, just come between 9 and noon or 1 and 4pm on Sunday, December 8th and join the fun. We'll post your photos on facebook and send you some beautiful 5x7 prints of your child with Santa.
Friday, October 18, 2013
We're excited to announce that the 2014 Tiny Dog Calendars are ready to ship! Each calendar arrives in it's own CD case/stand which flips up and sits on your desk or countertop to make you (or one of your dog loving friends) smile all year long. Proceeds benefit the Collin County Humane Society this year, so for every calendar we sell, we help the homeless pets of North Texas. Buy them for office gifts or just to share with a friend. Available in our Etsy shop,They're small calendars with a BIG heart.
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Saving money is fun -- and so are family portraits in the park! We have a limited number of time slots available on Saturday, October 26 at Quorum Park in Addison. Each session is 20 minutes long - perfect for short attention spans. Each session is just $95. So save $105 on your session fee and reserve yours by calling the studio at 972-250-2415.
Friday, September 20, 2013
Here's a tip for making your holiday cards more fun and affordable -- with photography, of course! When the weather finally cools off here in Dallas we all rush outdoors and start thinking family portraits. Dallas, Plano, Frisco and Allen all have some great outdoor spots, but you have to know what to look for. Why not plan to make the session more fun (and more creative) by adding a touch of the holidays to the actual setting? Banners are big this year and easy to make. The example here could easily have been extended to spell Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays. Or if you don't have time to make your own, shop Etsy.com. We searched "holiday banners" and came up with over 10,000 options. When there is a holiday element in the card itself, there are no distracting graphics and very little else needed to send your holiday wishes. The key is getting your family to relax and enjoy the process, so get them to help with planning the theme so that everyone is invested in the fun. In the family portrait shown here, we had the option to take the banner down and shoot the perfect casual portrait with some nice natural texture. And everyone knows that portraits are great as holiday gifts (one size fits all)! To make your budget stretch even further, plan a three or four generations family portrait event. Share the cost of the ...