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Storybook Limited Edition Portraits ~ Special Portraits, Special Pricing & £500 in Prizes!!!


I have been wanting for sometime to create something a little different using props and clothing that really appeals to me.  Its taken a while to come up with the concept and to acquire the necessary items.  But I've finally done it. 


I am so pleased to introduce our Storybook Collection which is about small children in adorable outfits surrounded, in some cases, by beautiful vintage type props on a more traditional background to give that storybook sort of feel.  Often these images will actually contain an old storybook or two to add to the look. 


And as part of this collection we have created and are slowly building this collection of storybook type artwork to be added to our portraits so that the children themselves can be part of the story.  I love this look and have been fortunate enough to team up with another fantastic photographer and artist who will be building this collection with me.  Her name and contact details will be revealed as soon as she is ready to introduce this product range to her own market. 

 
 
I'm currently running an introductory promotion this month to get things started. 

Dates:
Thursday November 21st 4-8pm
Friday November 22nd 10am-3pm
Saturday November 23rd 10am-3pm
 
Location:
Our Studio at 81 Hinckley Road, Burbage, LE102AF
 
Phone:
01455 611069
 
 
Our Prices:
 
Frame ready mounted 8x6" print (for a 10x12" frame) ~ £35
3 Frame ready mounted 8x6" prints (for a 10x12" frame) ~ £95
 
Mounted fine art 10x14" print (for 16x20" frame) ~ £95
 
30" Canvas Wrap ~ £295
 
3 Digital Files ~ £125
10 Digital Files plus 3 frame ready mounted 8x5" prints (for 10x12" frame) ~ £295
 
The sitting fee is £25 payable at the time of the sitting and will be deducted from the cost of the order.

This gives you a 45 minute session and 45 minute viewing.   
 
These prices are subject to change for our next promotion as we develop this range.  So book now to take advantage of something really unique at a special price.

 
All those who take part will be invited to select their favourite 3 images from the session to post in our Facebook album and the top 3 images will win
prizes totally £500!!! 
 
Call us on 01455 611069
or contact us via Facebook at www.facebook.com/christinalauderportraits

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