Sometimes I look at my new studio space and I can’t believe I have it. It’s a space I’ve always wanted and I am loving it! As soon as we closed on this house I knew that when I got my act together and things set up I would have a grand opening of sorts. So, I have a couch now and a couple other exciting props on the way so to celebrate I am going to have a day of mini shoots.
Saturday, September 27th is the day. Here’s the deal… I will have 30 minute time slots available between 10:00 and 1:30 that day. For $75 you will get a mini studio session and 5-10 digital negatives to print as you please. Once the slots fill up that’s it folks so email me to reserve a slot. Bring your new baby, bring your family, just bring you and finally get a good photo of yourself. Heck bring your dog if you want. Don’t bring your cat. I’m allergic. I might just do this more often if it goes well so come on over!
ALSO. *THIS SHOOT IS NOW FULL*I will be having a fall leaves mini shoot day on Sunday, October 12th in Lafayette Park. Come get that family photo taken for your Christmas card. That day I will have 30 minute morning slots from 8:00-11:00 and later slots from 3:00 – 5:00. Same deal, $75 for 5-10 digital negatives. Email me to reserve a slot! Its impossible to know exactly when the peak of fall color will be, but this is the predicted date so it should be beautiful! *THIS SHOOT IS NOW FULL*
NOW FOR THE BEST NEWS. I will be giving away one of these mini shoot slots on Friday to one lucky commenter. Leave a little note and tell me who you are and you just might win. You get to choose if you want a studio shoot or fall leaves shoot. If you don’t live in St. Louis, but know someone who does then you can give your prize to them. You have until 8:00 a.m. on Friday to enter!
On a side note I would like to make a correction from the last post about Shane. After I showed him the post tonight he said "Well, first of all its not the Shriner's that take glasses donations, its the Lion's Club. Second of all I was keeping the cabbage patch doll's birth certificate in a safe place to prevent his identity from being stolen. Identity theft is serious stuff Erin."