Congratulation graduates. It's hard, but short term pain always leads to long term gain. The opposite is true, because that short term gain, always cost the most long term pain. Hope all of you have successful careers. Commencement means the beginning, so begin that life journey. Enjoy each day for they go fast. Here are my teasers and links to other 2012 Davis College events.
You can see your pictures for free at Snap fish or Walgreens. However you must be logged into snap fish or Walgreens. They don't charge to look at the pics, but later, you may get an occasional e-mail from them. They make their money when you order prints, e.g., the stores kicks back to snap fish.
Snap fish or Walgreens do a good job for just viewing and you can order prints such that they are printed and sent to you via mail or printed at the local drug store or big box store. I recommend Walgreens because they still use analog printers, while other use digital. There is a difference. For larger prints, call me, but there may be a charge and we will need a frame. If you want the original pic, then let me know.
Hey, You can not afford not to hire me.... a double negative...
A family shoot cost 1 dollar, a family re-union is 2 dollars, and weddings are limited to crash and burns which is 5 dollars. A crash and burns is when I crash the reception one hour prior to the bride's arrival, staying until she arrives. You got to be with in my driving distance, and the bride or mother must approve. Dads and grooms or relation to such have no say.
What a deal. Just a call at 419 691 8753 or an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. No one can beat my price for any charitable or school event, just ask. Universal answer is yes, but you got to ask. I am here not to make money, but to save memories of families and friends.
If you're military or have a son or daughter within the military, then my NO price policy can't be beat. This is my way of support to them, call me now. It's easy for them to see the pics via internet. I will need to be within driving distance and have both you and your subjects' approval. Send an e-mail. Love ya in a brotherly way. Peter
I attempt to capture photographs of families in and around Toledo, Ohio. We only live once and must enjoy every minute with them, well most of the time, that picture will last a life time, maybe two I hope.