Big announcement: Holiday Photo Mini-Sessions!

by DaniGirl on October 14, 2015 · 1 comment

in Mothership Photography

I am so excited! After years of contemplating holiday mini-sessions, I’m finally organized enough and out ahead of the season enough to be able to offer them. This is going to be so fun!

Christmas photo sessions by Ottawa photographer Danielle Donders

Fun, right? These photo sessions will be perfect for families looking for quick and fun portraits for holiday cards and seasonal newsletters. Sessions will be held outdoors here at my home in Manotick. They will be short and sweet, with holiday-themed props available like a vintage sled, decorations, holiday lights and cozy blankets, so our autumn backdrop will have a festive holiday feeling. Bring red mittens, scarves and toques to really bring on the festive spirit and make your photos pop!

If youโ€™re feeling especially fun, let me use the magic of photoshop to add a reindeer to your photos! No extra charge for reindeer. ๐Ÿ™‚ Remember this?

Christmas family photos by photographer Danielle Donders in Manotick

This is a shorter and more streamlined version of my popular porch portrait package, with fewer poses but a few extra downloadable files. Your package includes a 20-minute outdoor photo session, an online proof gallery from which to choose your favourites, and FOUR downloadable digital images. All that for only $150! And you can add 25 custom-made premium two-sided holiday cards for an additional $50 per package.

For more details, please visit my holiday mini-session page on Mothership Photography. There are only a few sessions available, and since I rarely offer discounted packages like this, I think they will book up quickly. Also – they start NEXT WEEK! *gulp!*

If you’d like to book or would like more information, please get in touch soon!


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1 Sarah McCormack October 14, 2015 at 8:11 pm

good for you Dani! people will love those sessions with you ๐Ÿ™‚

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