Archive for September, 2011
Sweet Dash was one of the most alert newborns I’ve ever met. Not only was he awake, he was wiiiiiide awake. But when we did eventually get him to sleep, he slept well and posed like a champ. I’ve already posted a few of Dash on Facebook, but I pulled a few new ones for the blog post. And just a reminder… if you haven’t “liked” Amy Drouet Photography on Facebook yet, please go do it! I’m doing more and more of my “sneak peeking” over there now. Just go to Amy Drouet Photography on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/amydrouetphotography) and click “like”. It’s a snap to tag yourself in your images and share them with your friends and family on Facebook.
This was my third year photographing Caleb as he transitions from one age to the next. It’s been a joy watching him grow and this year’s session was extra special as his family is leaving New Orleans and moving several states away. While I’m sorry to see them go, I wish them all the best in their new adventure!
Sweet little Matthew definitely kept us on our toes for his session. In the beginning he was wide awake. Then he slept for a little while. Then he was wide awake again. And just when we thought he was done with sleepy pictures for good, he dozed off one last time, letting us get a few more adorable images…
The always popular Christmas in October Mini-Sessions are back! And given the emails I’ve already been getting about these, I suspect they’ll fill quickly. And why not? These mini-sessions are the perfect way to knock out your Christmas cards, update your family pictures and order photo gifts for the family in one quick, economical session! Read on for more details…
The timeslots will be: 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00 and 10:30 (all in the a.m.)
The session package fee of $325 is due at the time of booking to reserve your timeslot. All timeslots are given out on a first come-first served basis.
To reserve a session, email me at: email@example.com. (Please note, telling me that you want a slot prior to this announcement does not reserve your session slot. You must email me following this posting to reserve your timeslot.) Please include your desired timeslot and a back-up timeslot selection in your email. Additional timeslots or dates may be added if demand exceeds supply!