I hope everyone had a wonderful and eventful holiday season to wrap up 2010 ~ now on to 2011!! I wanted to update the blog on dates and events to start off the new year.
The office will be closed January 13-20th as I will be traveling to San Antonio, Texas for the Professional Photographers of America’s annual photography convention. I’m so excited to see fellow photographer friends from across the country that I’ve met in the past and make some new photography friends as well. The convention includes a trade show with some of the top product suppliers in the country and I can’t wait to learn more about the new and unique products that I’ll be adding later this year. All emails and phone calls will be returned on January 21st.
I am currently booking sessions for February and on. All sessions in February and March will be held at Franklin Park Conservatory or in the client’s home due to our wonderful winter weather here in Ohio. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that the weather in April will warm up so that outdoor sessions can start up. Session availability is for weekends only though June. Beginning in July, portrait sessions will be schedule for both weekdays and weekends and the office hours will open longer to better serve my clients.
The 2012 High School Senior Model program information will be posted end of the month on the blog. Senior Models receive a personalized portrait session and the opportunity to earn great prizes while representing Danielle Neil Photography. Applications will be accepted through March 1, 2011 and only two models per school will be accepted. Be sure to stop back at the end of the month for details on the program and how to apply to become a model!
Since I try to always post one photo in every blog post, here’s one from over the holidays. My mother has been requesting a winter photo of Lanterman’s Mill at Mill Creek Park in Youngstown from me for a while now. The weather or my schedule never worked out for me to stop there until this year. Christmas afternoon there was snow on the ground and I had time to make a quick stop at the park before the first family function of the day. Now that I finally have the winter photo, I need to also get spring, summer and fall images of the Mill so I can display a photograph of each season at the Mill on my wall.