Photography is nothing to regret
Remember that time that you went to get professional photos and regretted having those memories? Probably not. When it comes to getting professional photos taken you are capturing a moment in time that cannot and will not ever be repeated. It’s gone.
No matter if you didn’t feel like going at the time, or maybe you were a little self-conscious about your weight in that particular instance. Whatever the issue may be leading up to those photos, or even after they were taken I can almost guarantee you will never look back and regret getting them done. And while capturing photos on your phone is something everybody does, there is just something about that time you and your family got dressed up to get professional portraits done that creates such a lasting memory.
Why every time is a good time for professional photographs
No matter what the occasion, it is always a good time to come get professional portraits. It could be a couple’s first ever photos together, or a married couple celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.
Maybe it’s a family celebrating the birth of a brand new baby and getting updated photos as a group of 5 instead of 4.
Even friend photography is very popular. Why not come have a great time getting lasting memories with your very best friend or friends. You can get them digitally and post them all over Facebook for everyone to see. Birthdays, back to school, graduation, maternity, newborn, sibling, etc. You name it and it’s a reason to make a lasting memory.
How to get your session booked today
Now that you’ve decided that there is a reason going on in your life to come in and get professional photos why not stop wasting time!
There are a number of ways to get an appointment booked with us. You can book online at andraemichaels.com, or look up the number to the specific studio location you would like to come to and give us a call.
You can also walk by one of our kiosks in the mall and purchase one of our awesome promotional certificates for 19 portraits for $20. So stop procrastinating and find your occasion for portraits.