I know what you're thinking: it's only September, are you crazy?
Guess what? Photographers start booking family holiday sessions as early as August and it is already September. I have personally almost filled up the whole month already. If you would like to book a family photography session you should do it soon. Want to order holiday cards? Want to order Christmas gifts? You need to think about how much time you will need to do that. Time to book your session, get your photos back, choose your photos for your cards, choose your design, order, wait for the shipment, address the envelopes, and finally send them out! Don't stress, just book now!
Now you just have to decide what type of session you want. KMS Photography has three options.
A Full Family Session with an Ordering Appointment
$400 and you receive a photography session at a location of your choice for up to 2 hours + a $200 photo credit to order holiday cards, prints, digital downloads, canvases, and more.
The Digital Package
$500 and you receive a photography session at a location of your choice for up to 2 hours + an online gallery of all your images available for download at full resolution.
$150 Holiday Mini Sessions (details below)
Holiday Mini Sessions are a great option if you are crunched for time and just want a few photos for your holiday cards. You may also order holiday cards from the online gallery you will receive for 20% off by using the code HOLIDAY. Here are just a few of the designs available.
If you want the Full Family Session, but don't like any of the holiday card options, we can also build you a custom card and even put a little story on it if you'd like! So many options to choose from, now to decide which one is best and book it! I hope to be hearing from you soon.
To book your session, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 650.255.1750.
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