Spring seems to finally be here! I am so excited to get outside and start shooting. This winter felt so long.
I remember being a senior in high school during the spring. It was an exciting time of year. Prom & Graduation were coming.
This fall we had my 10 year high school reunion. Wow! It goes by so fast. Why not capture some amazing memories now while you can?
I have a few specials I am offering, just to high school students, because this whole reunion thing has me feeling sentimental. I am offering a Prom Mini Session & a discount on my Senior Sessions. In order to get the discount you must book by 4/30/18.
Check out the flyers for more information...
The regular Senior session price is $70 and includes an hour long shoot & up to two locations, a social media gallery of your 8 favorite images and a disc of 15 images. If you book before 4/30/18 you will be getting all of that for just $56.
Prom mini sessions are just $40 per couple or $25 per person. You will receive 4 of your favorite images in a online album. That's right! You get to choose your 4 favorite images. Trust me, choosing your own images is way better than the one shot you get at the prom. You know... the one image that you pay like $50 on that generic set that is usually laughable. Ahh! I remember those photo sets. I totally wish I would've had a photographer offer Prom mini sessions back in my day. My prom photo setup had a bridge over paper water & a moon hanging from a string. It was horrendous. You want your images to be timeless, not cheesy.
My question to you is how will you "save" your memories? If you are a parent, how will you "save" memories for you children to share with your grandchildren one day? Will they be timeless memories, or will they be embarrassing & cheesy?
Come on now.. I know you already have enough embarrassing memories to show Mom!
......My mom certainly does.
For more information, or to book your session now, click a social media button below
or call/text me at 443-653-4712
The Baltimore Girl Blog is written and published by photographer and owner Ashley. On occasion, the blog may feature guest authors and interviews with other kindred vendors.