Seriously, don’t wait. Now is the time to schedule your 2017 family portrait session. Your family deserves this. Your family has busy schedules all year. You look forward to the holidays to celebrate with the ones you love the most. That’s your family!! So, let’s create some beautiful portraits that will celebrate your family ALL year… and every year after that. A wall portrait is the one gift that keeps giving, year after year.
Oh, there are SO many reasons to schedule your senior portrait session during the summer. For one, YOU ARE FINALLY A SENIOR!!! You are super excited right now to begin your senior year.
Summer is also the time when you don’t have any stress and you have a great tan! Once school starts you will be bogged down with homework, SAT prep and testing, college visits, Practice for Band, cheer, football, drill team and other Fall sports. And starting at the end of October, it will be dark outside by 5:00. So, that cuts out 5 days out of the week that you won’t be available. And… I’m pretty sure you teenagers like to have dates and social time on the weekends.
So, Grab your calendars and either give us a call or fill out the form at the end of this post. We will set a date for your portrait session and then you can start shopping for outfits! See you soon.
Contact us RIGHT NOW to schedule your 2017 senior portrait session AND to take advantage of this limited 75% off your session fee AND to reserve your 2017 senior drawstring bag.
The Windsor at Hebron Park Open house was SO much fun! Most of my favorite vendors were there. It was more like a party than an open house. Melissa and Hayley from Windsor did a fabulous job planning the event. As you can see by the pictures below, the floral arrangements that were designed by Dianne and Justine at Fleurs De France Floral in Carrollton were absolutely beautiful! Combined with the elegant white draping provided by Randy Roe, the room was Old Hollywood ready. Top that off with Old Hollywood style music by Jeff at Jay Fox Productions, cake by Elegant Cakery in Southlake, food by CN Catering and of course photography by yours truly, and you have a very successful open house. United Rental and Jason from Dream Driven Media were also part of the party.
And the party couldn’t have been complete without all the wonderful brides, grooms and their families that came to enjoy the evening “Hollywood Style”.
A couple of times a year I have the privilege of participating in the CFB ISD 5th grade career fair. Unfortunately for me, it always happens during the busiest times of the year. But, I’m honored to be included. There are tons of photographers they could ask, but they choose me. And I don’t take that lightly.
The set up is similar to any other trade show, the difference is, the attendees are 5th graders. Hundreds of them! Their objective is to visit with the representatives from careers they think they may want to choose when they get older.
These kids are my future employees, clients and competitors. I want to give them the most useful information and the best advice possible.
One 5th grade boy walked up and asked me what was the worst part of my job… okay, I wasn’t expecting that question so I thought a minute. I told him that as a business owner, I had to do the day to day chores around the office like taking out the trash and cleaning the bathrooms. Without even thinking, he responded “do you have to go to college for that?” I couldn’t help but laugh.
Then another 5th grader asked me what I wanted to be when I was in 5th grade. That was also a great question. These kids will change their minds a million times from now until they start their careers. But the great thing about this career fair is that it gives the kids an opportunity to look a professional in the eye, shake their hand and speak to them face to face. It also gets them thinking about their future and opens their eyes to many new opportunities. The sky is the limit for these kids, they can do anything they want. And because of that… the kids… I will continue to carve out time to spend with the future of this awesome city.
Santa absolutely LOVES his job. He looks forward to seeing the kids all year long. He played peek a boo with the little ones, listened to the long lists from the bigger ones, and gave candy to all of them and a fist bump to one.
Today marked Santa’s 14th year to visit our studio. Some of the kids that visit our studio come year after year, so this is the only place they ever visit with Santa. As it should be, Santa remembers the kids.Santa was fun and playful. He had enough energy for all the kids… even Collin. But the second the last child was gone…Santa had to take a nap. He was pooped. So, we fed his elves and reindeer some food and water and sent them back to the North Pole.
Since family portrait season is in full swing, we wanted to take the time to educate our clients on how to pick the best size for their wall portraits. Often our clients tell us they “don’t need anything big” for their walls, only to come back and need to upgrade their portrait size. Here are our tips for how to choose the right portrait size for your home!
1. DVD’s are not portraits!
We love being able to offer digital collections to our clients, but the portraits rarely make it off the disk! By having Texas Tradition Photography print your wall portrait, you get amazing quality, choice of mounting or gallery wrap, and you won’t be able to resist hanging your portrait right away!
2. 8×10’s only seem big when you’re holding them.
Unless you have a wall with A TON of portraits hanging on it, your wall will look empty. 8×10’s are great for desks and wall clusters, but they don’t make great wall portraits.
3. Not bad, but not great.
This 20×24 is starting to fill the space, but still isn’t making much of an impact, even with a wider frame.
4. Now this is what we’re talking about!
This portrait is a 30×40. It may sound HUGE, but the second it’s hung on the wall it looks perfect!
Not sure what size will work best on your walls? Grab a sheet of paper and hang it on your wall. If it looks too small, add another sheet until it looks right. Once it is the perfect size, measure it. Bring in your measurement and we can help you find the perfect wall portrait for you!
Still need guidance? Give us a call, we would love to help you decorate your home with beautiful portraits!