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Monday, February 19, 2007

Hijack! Destination Portrait Weekend

Found this on Holcombe Photography's Blog

What a unique idea for their brides and grooms booked for the next year. Gives the B&G a great reason for a fun getaway, with Peter and Kathy getting some terrific images for their session. This is what we talk about when we say the difference is the difference(borrowed from David Ziser). Unique ideas like this will show your clients that you are indeed ahead of the curve!

The fourth annual destination portrait weekend in Redstone, Colorado.

October 3rd, 2006



I am going to have to get a new and improved thinking cap to improve on the results of this year’s images. We had a great time with Jen and Dave and Julie and Nick. The fall color was at its peak, the weather was perfect. We used the amazing color in the mornings and then had fun running around Redstone in the afternoons. It is great getting to do two sessions in one day and achieve so much variety.

We borrowed these great cruiser bikes from Changing Gears in Redstone - thanks Joan!

This destination weekend will be on the first weekend of October next year unless we are booked for a wedding. We already have interest from a few couples who couldn’t make it this year. Call ASAP to book this great get away and chance to make some very unique images.


Thanks Peter and Kathy!

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