Family Portrait Day
CLASSIC FAMILY BEACH PORTRAITS
On Sunday, September 28th, your family portrait can make the world a better place for children.
For one day, Joan H. Walker Photography LLC will offer 30-minute, professionally-lit, lightly styled, family beach portrait sessions at a discounted rate in order to raise money for a very worthy cause, Dando Amor.
Dando Amor is a non-profit charity founded by photographers and dedicated to improving the lives of orphans living in deplorable conditions in the developing world. Dando Amor serves orphans in Ecuador, Africa and Haiti. Joan H. Walker Photography LLC will donate $50 from every Classic Family Beach Portrait Session on September 28th to PPA Charities to benefit Dando Amor.
The Classic Family Beach Portrait sessions will be held on the Chesapeake Bay dunes/beach front at the 23rd Bay Street entrance in East Beach -- the perfect setting for that over-the-fireplace family beach portrait you’ve always wanted!
HOW IT WORKS:
WE HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US!
Joan H. Walker Photography LLC is really excited to offer this beach portrait opportunity to so many families at such a low price. The studio will have three assistants working, a 72x72” full stop, sunscreen scrim (just like you see on the model shoots on the beach) to allow for a full day of shadow free shooting on the beach. We will also have all our beautiful studio lighting (Einsteins and deep Octoboxes) on the beach along with all that Nikon pro gear we love so much. (And yes, this does mean everything gets shipped to Nikon for a deep clean after this shoot!)
Contact: Joan H. Walker
Keywords: PPA, September 28th, beach family photography, charities, dando amor, family, family portrait day
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