The answer to that question is yes. Can you really put a price on memories? The answer to that question is no. But we can put a price on a cup of coffee, manicures, hair salon etc.
Cup of coffee
Day $ 2.00
Week $ 10.00 (let us pretend only during workdays)
Month $ 40.00 (let us pretend only 4 weeks to a month)
Year $ 480.00
Longevity = 30 minutes for each cup
Every 2 weeks $ 25.00
Month $ 50.00
Year $ 600.00
Longevity = 2 weeks
Every 6-8 weeks $ 125.00
Yearly $ 1,000.00
My point is we don’t flinch to spend money on many of these things but their enjoyment if short-lived.
Aren’t the memories of your loved ones important enough to capture and display? Time moves so quickly that we can barely catch our breath before running onto the next obligation. Stop, take and deep breath and look around…. when was the last time you captured your family all together. Don’t let that moment pass you by.
I make a point of doing a session for my kids in the Fall of whatever school year they are in. This year is a pivotal year for them both. One is starting high school while the other is starting middle school. So when you are thinking of hiring your photographer look at their portfolio and pick one that suits your style. Look at what they offer in their packages. More images doesn’t always translate to a better photographer. Choose someone that will make the experience a memorable one for you and your family.
I look at images that I captured of my two boys and I am thankful that I at least captured as many as I did. My main three packages include both digitals and prints so you can display as well as archive them to ensure their safety. Your family grows each and every day and it is up to you to make sure those memories are captured. Contact me today to discuss what session will meet your needs. Payment plans are also available so that you can plan and save and make the most of your session. Contact me for details from the link in the main menu.
2014 2015 2016
I have been lucky enough to capture this family for the past three years in a row and witness the girls grow into wonderful young women. I have been guilty of not getting in the picture with my family as I am usually behind the camera. This year I made sure to capture all of us together. Once they are captured that time has been frozen for you to reflect on those memories for a lifetime. Isn’t it worth it to invest in such memories?