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Can you believe the kids are finally back-to-school?  Well they are, YEAAA. 🙂

New clothes, shoes, backpacks, the start of a new year and maybe even the start of Kindergarten for your little ones. To celebrate this special time of year we want to announce that our Annual Back-2-School Mini Sessions are back at Debi Wolfe Photography.

Debi Wolfe Photography Back to school sessions

For an investment of ONLY $50 you will receive a 30 Minute session including: SECURE online gallery, 1-8×10, 2-4×6 & 4 wallets of the same pose, plus the same digital image for you to share online.

Limited sessions will be held through August.  If you have any questions or would like to reserve a session, e-mail us at debi@debiwolfepix.com or even better, give us a call at 812-626-1186.

School ages 3 – 17 only.

Don’t worry we will have something for the High School Seniors as well very soon.

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So you think only bad things happen on Friday the 13th? Well, we’re here to prove that wrong.

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To all previous customers re-order any print from your session TODAY only for only $6.13 each! That’s over 75% savings per print!

This includes 8 wallets or a 5×7 or an 8×10 sized print.

Yes, you can order any number of prints from any previous session (Wedding, Senior, Family, Boudoir, etc…) that you have already ordered from.

 

So if there was a print that you really wish you had ordered or one that someone mentioned that you would like to give as a gift now is your chance to take advantage of this limited time offer!

Give us a call today at 812-626-1186 or PM us on Facebook to place your order but remember the order must be placed by midnight tonight to take advantage of this offer!

Oh and watch out for those black cats, ladders, mirrors, and any guy wearing a Hocky mask & carrying a machete!

wedding mosaic by debi wolfe photography   Debi Wolfe Photography Back to school sessions  Child portrait by debi wolfe photography Family portrait by debi wolfe photography HS senior portrait by debi wolfe photography

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Can you believe the kids are back-to-school?  I know; I can’t believe it took this long either! 🙂  

New school clothes, shoes, backpacks, the start of a new year for our little ones. To celebrate this special time of year we want to announce an exciting new Back-2-School Mini Sessions at Debi Wolfe Photography.  The sessions will be held on a fun new set, complete with chalkboard and school desk.  Imagine having your children’s portraits taken on this set with their first day of school clothes and their new backpacks.

Debi Wolfe Photography Back to school sessions

For an investment of ONLY $55 you will receive a 20Minute session including: A School themed set, Secure online gallery, 1-8×10 & 8 wallets, plus 3 watermarked digital images for you to share online.

Sessions will be held after school the remainder of August.  If you have any questions or would like to reserve a session, e-mail us at debi@debiwolfepix.com or even better, give us a call at 626-1186.

School ages 3 – 17 only.

Don’t worry we have something for the High School Seniors as well. Go here, www.seniorspecial.debiwolfepix.com for the senior special.

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Photographing children successfully takes knowing how to break the ice and having a lot of patience. Whether you decide on a traditional pose or a more spontaneous pose depends on what the photo will be used for along with the mood and personality of your child.  

A pose where your child’s head is in a tilted manner or a straight forward manner, or a pose that requires touching the face or placing hands on laps are what we call the more traditional poses. These styles are ideal if you want the pictures to have a more formal quality. A good example of a traditional portrait is having your child sit still (good luck) on a stool and have them look and smile directly towards the camera.

Another way to photograph little ones will be to use angles. For your child to look as if he or she were moving during the shots, and for more casual photos, you have to bring in the angles. A twist on the traditional pose (almost literally) is by having your child sit on a stool with shoulders angled ninety degrees away from the camera with their head turned a little in the direction of the lens, with their hands folded together on their legs. With just a little smile from your kiddo, your shots will be good to go.

Outdoor child portraits are one of the most recommended methods forparents photographing their children. This is because of the natural light. The best time go out usually during the late afternoon and early morning of the day. Take your kid to the park, or even in your own backyard. Outdoor photos will be the ones that show the big smiles on their faces so have fun, and be ready to capture them in a more playful manner.

Choose poses that will suit your child the best and remember that spontaneity, patience, and creativeness are all you need to be capable to come up with photos that show off your child’s real spirit and personality.  Or you could just give me a call and I promise to capture your little ones personality.

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