There has never been a better time to update your headshots for your business or marketing. Why not try something a little different…instead of the boring traditional plain background pictures lets step outside the box and actually go outside! Let’s put you in a more natural setting which can help make you look more approachable, more friendly, and more relaxed. You can still achieve that professional look with a more natural and pleasant background. We have such beautiful scenery in the Ottawa Valley, let’s use it!Call us to schedule your head shots for your personal business. Office packages are also available.
Call us to schedule your head shots for your personal business. Office packages are also available.
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Thank you for attending our Introduction to Photography class.
We just wanted to take a moment and say thank you because we had such a great time meeting so many people who shared our passion for photography and wanted to learn more about their cameras. We honestly didn’t know what to expect from the class that we held at the Bonnechere Union Public Library during the month of June, but we were overwhelmed when we had 29 students arrive! It was such a pleasure to meet you all and Jenn and I are very much looking forward to all the future plans we are making that you want to be involved with. We really can’t thank you all enough for your feedback as it will help us improve the classes we offer, and it let us know what other types of photography you are interested in.
Many of you want to be involved in a photography club and we really LOVE the idea and we are working on the possibilities of a local photography club that could meet once a month. Until we can get the details organized Jenn has set up a Photography Club hosted by Special Treasures Group Page on Facebook which you can find here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/580115972028968/ We would love to see your photos and feel free to ask questions, we want you to be involved!
We ended our classes with a photo walk to our beautiful Centennial Park in the heart of Eganville to practice what we had learned. Don’t forget you can post your pictures from our Photo Walk on the Photography Club group page too!
Stay tuned as we are planning Photo Walks to the Geo Trail and to Shaw Woods, we will let you know the details.
We wanted our students to see things differently than the whole picture and pick out some details that would make beautiful photos from our Photo Walk
Don’t forget you can contact us anytime with questions and suggestions, and we are looking forward to our future Photo walks and will post the details as soon as we get them all sorted out.
Love the details and textures that are found in the bark on the trees in the park.
This wedding was so enchanted! The bride and groom put a lot of thought into how their love would be presented. I can honestly say that after meeting with these two theatre students last year, I would not have expected any less from them. However, it was a true fairytale that unfolded in front of our lens’. The day started off with rain and while I shot the pre-wedding with the men in Eganville, Lisa was with the girls in Pembroke. Unfortunately the rain seemed to follow them everywhere. She was lucky enough to capture some amazing pre-wedding formals of the girls between downpours.
The ceremony was moving… to say the least. The bride and groom exchanged vows and then SANG “From this Moment” to one another in front of the very full church. It was the most passionate exchange of vows I have ever seen. The father of the bride and a very dear friend (and groomsmen) also sang throughout the ceremony. It wasn’t untill I looked back on the images while editing, that I realized how many people had tears in their eyes, and how many people were completely shocked by this grand expression of love. After the couple was announced as husband and wife, bagpipes lead the couple out of the church. This was a gift from Kelsey to Tavis and it was also very touching. The entire day was filled with so many gestures, too many to mention, that just showed how caring this couple is. They really are perfect for each other. The ceremony was followed with formal pictures near the Bonnechere caves in Eganville and at a very scenic property that belonged to a family friend of the bride.
And…just when we thought things couldn’t get any more amazing, the dinner and reception happened!!!!!!! WOW! Bagpipes lead in the couple and the dinner begin. Speeches were told and it was very apparent how much this couple meant to their family and friends. It was a clear view of how much they cared about others and how much they wanted to help in any way life would let them. As a wedding favor Kelsey and Tavis donated to Katie Bears- An organization that is built around putting a smile on people’s faces. The money raised by the couple went to fund a school in Jamaica. The organization was founded by Kelsey’s late friend Katie and it is so worth checking out. For more information on the charity please visit www.katiebears.ca
The decor….oh the decor. Every table was titled as the name of a play, the colours were of deep red and purple, the little accents were so theatrical and yet very elegant. The bride and groom gave a CD to all of their guests that had a collection of their favorite music and I must admit, I often listen to it while driving in my car. A friend of the couple had a separate “photobooth”set up and guests could get their pictures taken in costume. IT WAS SUCH A FUN WEDDING!
The first dances… oh the first dances. As the bride and groom did a fully choreographed dance to Greases famous “You’re the one that I want” and “A Tale as Old as Time”. And as the entire wedding party started their dance the music stopped and everyone watched as “Thriller” was performed by this group. Truth be told, It felt like we were front row and center at a musical! HOW AMAZING.
We wish this couple the life of passion that they so deserve and the best future.
To Kelsey and Tavis: thanks for letting us be a part of your day. There was no acting needed to see the true love that was present. But the performances really helped highlight the essence of your love.
Park Art Mini Sessions at Eganville’s Park Art July 21, 2012
Centennial Park, Eganville
20 minute session with 1 photographer
5-10 fully edited high resolution images on DVD
On-line Gallery to view your images
Free Timeline Cover Photo to any mini session customers who like us on Facebook
DVD comes with a letter granting you the right to print images.
Please e-mail Lisa and/or Jenn: email@example.com for more information or to book your session or call 613.628.9222 to book your time slot. (Limited time slots available)
Additional images maybe purchased for your DVD at $5.00 each
Print, Enlargements, and a variety of Photo Gifts are also available.
Rain Date: Sunday July 22, 2012 (If it is raining on July 21 sessions will be done on July 22)
$25.00 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your time slot
Mini-Session are perfect for Families, High School Seniors who are looking for the non-traditional photos without the cap and gown, families with small children, friends and buddy photos, or any group you want to put together!