From 2 to 102, or even higher, we at Irreplaceable Memories Photography want to help celebrate your birthday, so during the month of your birth, we waive our regular sitting fee, and gift you 8 wallet sized prints. ($250 value) .
This is a regular portrait session, so you will receive a pre-sitting consultation, and a regular viewing session, and while you are welcome to purchase any additional portraits, you have no obligation to do so.
The offer cannot be used for anything other than an individual portrait session, and while the session doesn’t need to be on your birthday, it does have to be booked in that month.
To book your birthday session, call or text to 403-596-8222, or send an email to email@example.com
There are some of my favorite photographs. They are in no particular order, and the only common thread amongst them is that I like them.
This was taken at the Hudson's Hope Rodeo in Northeastern BC. in 2007. I used my D200 and 80-200 lens out at the 200 mm setting.
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These are just some of the images from August 23 at Fort Normandeau Days at Fort Normandeau located just west of Red Deer on the C&E Trail.
A celebration of the three cultures that founded Red Deer, First Nations, Metis, and European.
More photos and captions will be added later.
Continue reading Fort Normandeau Days 2014 Day 1
This was one of those Mr. Murphy sessions. It started with the trip to Red Deer and our friendly Sherrif’s department thinking that I probably had a really good looking picture on my driver’s licence so they wanted to check it out for themselves. So that put us behind to start with. Then when we finally get to the theatre and start to setup, discover that my wireless triggers have picked today to stop working. No problem, just switch over to a cord, whoops, forgot the cord. So now we try to work with optical slaves, except the only way I have to trip the optical slaves is to use the on-camera flash, which even on manual decides it is going to control the light, and the exposures are all over the place. But because this is theatre, and the show must go on, I ened up shutting off the strobes, and just using the modeling lights to light the portraits.
Once the lighting issue was worked out, then it was on to doing the head shots of the cast and crew.
For kids there is nothing more fun than getting out on the farm and helping Dad and Grandpa. Of course that also means that Mom is going to be in for a bit of work cleaning them up after it is all said and done.