A multi-generation extended BIG FAMILY photo session. You’d rather have a hangnail, am I right?
Whether you’re one of twenty siblings or the last of five, having all of your extended family together is an important occasion. Throw in the fact it’s typically around the holidays or busy summer, it’s also probably hectic and a bit stressful. Sure, the LAST thing you want to do is try to organize everyone into white shirts and the right shade of khaki jeans, but we all know there are very few photos as meaningful as your big family all together.
What if I told you that I can make it easy?
What if I promised I will help in 100 ways, and get this done, AND have fun doing it?
What if you can look back at this visit and have something to show for it, rather than regrets you didn’t make the effort?
Putting together a BIG FAMILY PHOTOSHOOT with your extended family doesn’t have to be hard. I can help.
“It’s been years since we were all in a photo together.” “It’s been years since we printed a photo of us all together.” “It’s been years since we framed & hung up a photo of us all together.” “I can’t remember the last time Grandma and all the kids were in the same spot at once. We can’t miss this time together; who knows if this will ever happen again.” “My brother and sister are both coming into town for the holidays and my mom’s ONLY wish is for one photo of all of us together. Which is great. But leave my sister in law out of the shot, or you don’t get paid, ok?” (just kidding) “All the cousins are together next month. We want to capture this time together like when we were little.” “I’m worried my kids will forget what their grandparents look like. 1000 piks on my phone and not one printed in the house. My intentions are there, I just can’t find time to get them printed, framed and hung up.” “My dad has end-stage cancer and I want to capture every moment I can with him.” “And just like that, both my brothers and I have a bunch of kids. How did that happen? Regardless, we need them all in a photograph together.” “We had family photos taken a few years ago. She was super cheap, a friend of a friend thing. It was a rough shoot, no one paid attention to anyone and it was a mess. The photographer sent me a disk and it had a bunch of photos on them, but once I finally got around to printing them, they were mostly blurry. Plus everyone is older now.””I’m too tired to take them myself, and I can’t get the kids to smile anyways. Please help.”
And here’s the thoughts of one happy oldest sister:
“That really was easy. I love how you put together a couple packages for us, and we simply picked what fit our needs & budget. Session Fee + an album for mom & dad, a credit for a 16×20 canvas for them & each of the 3 grown kids and 5 gift prints each family. Divide by 3 (because this is our gift to our parents and each other for the next four Christmases and birthdays) and we each paid online in about 2 minutes. Bam. Done. Anyone who wanted to order more from the gallery, could. Seriously, so easy. Thanks, Tracie Bea!”
Enough excuses, just do it. Contact me to handle the hard parts, you just show up and smile.