October 16, 2008

Free Photoshoot + DVD

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Here’s a deal for you…

My grandmother in Scotland is very sick and probably won’t be around much longer. I’ll be flying out to see her this Sunday. When I get back I’ll need to turn right around and fly to Connecticut to shoot a wedding on Halloween.

This means I’ll need to be away from my sweet pooch for about 2 weeks. I just hate to board her so I want to offer this awesome one-time deal: a Lindsay Docherty Photography Photoshoot plus a DVD of the images in exchange for looking after Emma for me while I’m away. This is an $875 value ($325 session fee + $550 DVD).

Details on Emma: She’s a 5 year old Jack Russell / Beagle mix. 16 lbs. She’s incredibly sweet, loves to cuddle, gets along well with cats, dogs, and children. She’s well trained and extremely good natured. She’s not a biter and rarely barks. She’s fed twice a day, sleeps in her kennel at night, and is a pretty lazy sack of dog for the majority of the day. She’s very loving and attentive. She can’t be trusted off leash so she’ll either need a fenced in yard or to be walked on leash.

Looking for: Someone with a house or a landlord who allows dogs. Obviously a pet-friendly person who can feed her and take her out a few times a day. She can be in her kennel for about 8 hours during the day but it’s great if it’s less. A fenced yard would be a huge plus. You’ll be watching her from October 18th to November 3rd.

The offer: A normal photography session in the San Francisco Bay Area. They usually last 1-2 hours but no real time limit. Outfit changes are okay. Up to 5 people. Can be a pet, family, maternity, high school senior, engagement, bridal, or general portrait session. You’ll receive at least 60 edited images on a DVD within two weeks of the session. This is a great opportunity since the holidays are coming up. Use this as a gift or for yourself for making holiday presents. Must be used by November 28th.

If you’re interested, contact me asap at info@lindsaydocherty.com. Subject: Emma.

Really, how can you say no to this face?

Thanks,
Lindsay

p.s. Thank you for all of the kind words of condolences. My grandmother is a pretty amazing woman having raised 12 (no, that’s not a typo!) children in a very poor household. She’s in her mid-80s and has lived a very full life. She has dementia now so she won’t be the same grandmother I know but I look forward to seeing my aunts, uncles, and cousins.

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