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New Products just for the “When I Grow Up” Portrait Event!

I am so excited about the upcoming “When I Grow Up” Children’s Portrait Event. Spaces are starting to fill up and I thought I should share with you some of the new fantastic products that I’ve created just for this event!

Lay Flat Books-

These books are a beautiful and personalized way to remember your child’s youth. Each book includes a photographic cover and all of the images from your session. You can personalize this keepsake with your own text and choice of design styles. How about creating a story book all about your child you can read each night before bed? Each album’s pages are thicker than card stock and professionally printed and bound. Sizes available are 8×8, 10×10, or 12×12. Albums start at $150.

Luxe Frames-

Your kids is intensely creative, shouldn’t the frame for their portraits be too? Luxe frames come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Choose from Black, white, chocolate, brown, baby blue, or light pink. 5×7, 8×10, and 10×10 sizes are also available. Each frame holds your favorite image from your child’s session and includes a wall hanger or table top easel so it can be displayed anywhere. These designer frames look great alone or when grouped together. Frames start at $75.

DVD Fusion Video-

Create a personalized video + stills montage of your child’s session to complete your experience. Each video is a delightful keepsake that will immortalize your child at the peak of her/her youth. Videos include music, text, audio of your child’s voice, portraits from your session and video footage. This priceless keepsake is only $45 .

If you haven’t heard about the “When I Grow up” Portrait Event please check it out! Space is limited, so call or email to book your appointment now. 425.232.5263 or irene@ijphoto.net.

Love the Products above? Why not book your session now and get a package with your favorite options?

Package 1:

  • 30 minute studio session
  • DVD Fusion Video
  • 2 8×10 prints
  • 10 of your favorite images to share on social media

$250

Package 2:

  • 30 minute studio session
  • 8×8 book
  • 1 8×10 luxe frame (Includes digital high res file)
  • 2 5×7 luxe frame
  • 20 of your favorite images to share on social media

$480

Package 3:

  • 30 minute studio session
  • 10×10 book
  • 2 10×10 luxe frames (Includes digital high res file)
  • 2 8×10 luxe frames(Includes digital high res file)
  • DVD Fusion Video
  • All portraits to share on social media
  • Free Family Portrait Gift Certificate for a future session

$950 (Best Value!)

Ala Carte’:

  • 30 minute studio session
  • Your choice of any of the products above or any products offered by IJ Photo
  • $250 minimum order in addition to session fee.

$55

2013 Is Going to Be BIG!

2013 Is Going to Be BIG!

For a “creative type” I’m pretty left brained. I love setting goals, updating my calendar, making lists, and reorganizing.   For this reason January is one of my favorite months. (That and it’s my birthday month too!) The new year is a great time to look back over the previous year, and then look forward andContinue Reading

Capturing Christmas Morning

Capturing Christmas Morning

In the past I have been guilty of setting up my entire studio lighting kit in my living room with the intent of capturing every moment of Christmas morning. It’s been comforting to know I can capture the magic as it happens with quality exposures and perfectly executed lighting. From the street my neighbors canContinue Reading

Portrait Photography Classes

Portrait Photography Classes

UPDATE: The next class starts April 23, 2013 – May 14. There is room for 15 people in the class and these always fill up fast. Use the link at the bottom to get your spot now! For those of you that know me, you’re probably well aware about my passion for photography. If you’veContinue Reading

Finding Inspiration

Finding Inspiration

“No one is immune to human contact; Art is not made in a vacuum.” -R. B. Kitaj. When I was a student at The Art Institute of Seattle my favorite professor, Raymond Gendreau, would paraphrase the above quote during each class.  Although I can only speculate on his reasoning for the repetition and whatever his motivation,Continue Reading