Friday, December 4, 2009

Win a Mini Session!!

OK everyone....it's almost Christmas time and I live to give and so I've decided to have a contest!! I am GIVING a FREE Mini Session  ($75 Value) to whomever wins! It could be for a child, or you and your loved one or maybe your doggy. You could also choose to give this session as a GIFT to someone else! TIS THE SEASON!!!!!!!!


How do you win? Just post in the comments,  stating why YOU would like to be the winner.  I will select the winner on December 12th. This Mini Session will take place in Gray, GA and is around 40 minutes of shooting time. I will keep you moving around for different poses and you can even change clothes or whatever! I like to have fun at my shoots! I will post all the best on facebook as well as email ALL of the best(in low-res with my logo) to the winner. Plan to bring cute props and I will also have some. This will not be a studio shoot where you do one pose. This is an outdoor shoot (my fav!).


Let's have some fun!! 


 








7 comments:

meredith pretzie said...

Ohhhh... I would LOVE to be the winner because, along with getting pictures of my dog Lily, my better half and I were discussing the other day that we have NO pictures of us together! So that is how i would use the session if i were the winner, for pictures of me and the love of my life...David!

Savannah & Vince said...

I would love to win the contest so that I could have pictures done in the spring of the kids. I am hopeful that by then Savannah will be even more snaggle-toothed than she is now and Vince will manage to keep his fingers out of the closing car doors. OR, if I wait until after Vincey is potty trained, then we could take pics of our new dog and the kids! First things first...potty training.

Sarah Purser said...

This year has brought many blessings to me and my family. I was blessed with my first child in March. She is the light of our lives! Around the time I had Tenleigh, my daddy was diagnosed with liver failure and liver cancer. To make a long story short, my parents moved to Jacksonville, FL to await a liver transplant at the Mayo Clinic. My daddy received a liver transplant November 17, 2009. He is currently recovering well and is expected to come home around December 16th if all continues to go well. This Christmas will be the best Christmas ever. I will be able to Celebrate my baby's first christmas and to celebrate the blessing God has given my daddy. It would be nice to end the year with a family portrait and wonderful pictures of my little girl to share with my family during this special time!

******* Merry Christmas!***********

Anonymous said...

I would love to win and you could have so much fun with this bundle when it gets here this spring. I am sure baby and big sister can come up with a lot of creative looks for you to photograph.
Enjoy the seaon!!! Va

Paula Fuller said...

I would love to win the mini session.. just the other day my husband said... Baby You have pics of the boys and all the animals but You have not had a pic of yourself made in years and years. Then he said If I would agree to have my pic made he would get me a makeover for Christmas. Hey now that would be so cool.

Wendy Baker said...

WENDY BAKER: Rhonda Schwartz turned me on to your page because I have been looking to get pictures done. I am coming up on my 39th birthday and I have never had professional photos done of myself. I am not married and I do not have any children. This past year, I had a scare with my heart and thought I might have to have a pacemaker put in. Everything worked out okay, and it motivated me to lose weight and start running. I have dropped 20 pounds and want to get photos done to capture my youth before my 40's sneak up on me! wmbcat@yahoo.com

Dawn Morgan said...

I would love to win your mini makeover. We have a new family at school this year. The dad was deployed to Afghanistan in October and will not be here for Chrismtas this year. His son is in the 1st grade. I would give this mini photo session to this very deserving family who are going to be apart this Christmas from their family and from each other while the husband serves our Great Country!