October 1, 2009

Photography Promotions for this Fall and Winter

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Fall time is coming up. Wedding season begins to wind down and family portraits start ramping up for the holidays. I like to get family portraits in as early as possible so that I can be sure everything is perfect for your holiday cards and gifts. There are a few things in the works that I want to let you in on.

1) I’ll be in the San Francisco Bay Area of California October 1st through October 12th for two weddings. If you’d like to schedule a session with me during that time, it will only be a $250 sitting fee (normally $325). This is for old and new clients alike so let your friends know if you think they might be interested.

2) For my Philly area buddies, I’m offering a $275 sitting fee for weekday sessions in October and November. Again, this is open to previous and new clients and I’ll be posting about it on my blog soon.

These SF and PA portraits can be any kind of sessions too: high school seniors, couples, trash the dress, family, maternity, children, pets… The sessions will generally be in the early evenings when the light is the best and can include outfit changes. We’ll head out to a beach, park, city street, home, or whatever place is important to you. Shoot me an email at lindsay@lindsaydocherty.com or give me a call at 415-515-3575 to go over details.

3) This is a big one… I’m offering a discount on wedding coverage on available dates this upcoming winter. If you are a procrastinating couple or know of one, contact me asap. November 2009 through March 2010 weddings will get $500 off their package and 6 extra sides in their album (worth $294).

So there you have it. Big things are coming in with this chilly weather.

See you soon!

– Lindsay

p.s. You might want to become a fan of Lindsay Docherty Photography on Facebook – I post deals there before they show up on the blog.

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