It is unbelievable it is March, 2015…. is it too late to say Happy New Year?
Our year has commenced beautifully and we were kept very busy with Christenings. As we have photographed several since our last blog last year we have decided to show you a few photos from Ellie’s Christening at St Nicholas church and reception at the Venus Reception Centre.
We ask families to email us once they receive their photos and each time we receive the most beautiful compliments, which encourages us to continue with the work we do and enjoy. As Gina said after we delivered the photos to her:
“Many thanks for the photos they are beautiful
Both you and Kathy did a fabulous job! “
Why are we different? What is our point of difference?
We enjoy our work – sounds straightforward doesn’t it, but if you don’t enjoy what you do, this is reflected in the photos.
It’s just the two of us: Harrison Photography is a team of two, my wife Kathy and I . When you book us, we are the ones who will attend your child’s Christening.
We only photograph 2 Christenings a month so that we can take our time with the post production and ensure you receive the quality and timeliness you expect.
Our turnaround time is two weeks. Included in our price is your choice of 12 photos professionally printed at a beautiful size of 6 inches by 8 inches (roughly 15cm by 20cm). We find this is a great size to frame for your home without being excessively large and fabulous for gifts. Once you have chosen your photos and let us know the turnaround time in 3 to 4 working days. The photos we print show you the quality you should expect when printing your own photos.
We also pride ourselves in building rapport with you and your family and guests with our sense of humour and professionalism. We have been photographing Christenings now for over 12 years.
Although people are not the same, we all want the same things and same goes for the photography of your child’s christening.
We ensure that your formal photos are taken early so that you can relax and enjoy the day without us being around.
Functions are “a moment in time” which need to be cherished and remembered and what better way than in a photographic story.
Until next time,
Take time out to appreciate all the good things in our lives,