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Last Saturday before Christmas – Will be an Open Studio Day

Last Saturday before Christmas – Will be an Open Studio Day

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[box]Last Studio Day of 2012 will be a Studio Open Event Day – 22nd December. Free simple 30 minutes sessions, with prints while you wait. [/box]

 

Santa Claus is well and truly on his way to town and everyone’s thoughts are turning to what to give friends and family for Christmas gifts.  We have a great solution here that doesn’t involve fighting the crowds or carrying bags!

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Due to the great success of our early December Studio Open Weekend a fortnight ago, we have decided to make the last Saturday before Christmas and our Last Studio day, once more an Open Day!

Both in the main studio and in the Enchanted Forest Fairy studio will be available – (click here for details specific to booking your little fairy in the Enchanted Forest)

For the Last Saturday before Christmas – 22nd December

You can book a half hour photo session in the studio completely free of charge.  Once your session is completed, the resulting images will be available for immediate viewing (well give us five minutes or so) and you can order and have them printed for you to take away on the day.  We will also have some frames available if you want to take the completed gift away with you all ready for wrapping and placing under the tree.

 

[box type=”bio”]Prints will be priced £10 for an 8″ x 6″ and if you buy two, you will get one free!
A CD of ALL the images will be £60. Images will go on-line as well
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In order to avoid having to wait around for your session, you need to use the booking calendar below to make your appointment.   If last time was anything to go by, the sessions may book up quickly so we’d advise you to make your booking early.


 

Here is the Booking Calendar

Just click on the calendar below to open the booking area. Click on 22nd December (only), complete the booking form entry and you will get an automatic eMail reply with your entry details, and confirmation of the booking . If you have not got an email back in a few minutes (say, 5 to 10 mins), take a look in your spam or junk folders as it is likely to be put in there, particularly if you use internet emails accounts such as Hotmail, AOL,  etc.

 


 

Who can I Bring to the Studio?

We are lucky here to have a large studio which gives us the capacity to take groups of all sizes, so whether you would like to bring along your newborn, through to your whole family – you’re all welcome to come.

If you have a little girl aged between 3 and 8 years old, you might want to take a look at our Enchanted Forest Fairy Photography Experience which is also open for business during our event days – here is a quick link to the Enchanted Forest Event Day Page.

About the Studio

The studio is in Crawley Down, you can get all the information and directions that you need by clicking on “Contact” tab/link at the top of the page.  We have plenty of parking both at the front and back of the studio, as well as in the street. Here are the Studio Directions

Payment Types

We are able to accept cash on the day in terms of paying for your prints or CD,  we are unable to accept cheques.  We can accept credit/debit card payments also on the day, this can be done through PayPal so if you have a PayPal account we can email over a PayPal invoice to your mobile device for payment or you can make a simple transfer to our PayPal account.

Cancellations

The sessions are FREE!  So please note that it is frustrating for everyone, particularly when we offer free sessions, for you to not turn up to your appointment, so please let us know as soon as possible if you need to cancel or change the date/time so that someone else can take your slot.

[quote]The Enchanted Forest Studio – Click on the picture to visit the website[/quote]

About the Author:

I am a professional Creative ~ Photographer, Videographer, Cinematographer and Drone Pilot My professional photographic career started at the tender age of 13 when I won my first commission to photograph an art collection by a local artist. It paid £50 which was reasonable money for an ambition 13 year old in 1978. I have continued to take pictures ever since, and quite simply, I couldn’t be happier! I am professionally qualified with the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP) and the Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers (SWPP), and also the Masters Photographer Association (MPA), although I have recently decided to give up my membership of the MPA in favour of the other two associations.

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