Posts with tag: "Children"

2014 Review
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
2014 Review

2014…where to start?  Some of my favorite jobs were photographing rural buildings for the Berks History Center from the early 1700’s (Yes 1700’s!), Santa’s visit with 90 children, Governor Tom Corbett’s visit to Reading Area Community College and two of my clients celebrating big anniversaries; Carpenter Technology (125th) and Sts. Constantine and Helen Church (100th).  I have experienced growth in almost all of my service offering, especially corporate video.  Other highlights from the year were photographing in 9 different states, introducing a new website, designing a completely new wedding information booklet and approaching 1,000 Facebook fans.  Below is a visual sampling of 2014.  I ...

A 24 minute family portrait session
Sunday, December 07, 2014
2014 Review

I tell people all the time we don’t need hours to get amazing photos.  With a little planning and a ton of experience your photo session can be painless.  Today, I had the pleasure of shooting an awesome family I met at a recent wedding.  They traveled an hour to get to the photo location with two young girls.  The weather was beautiful, but the temperature (35 degrees) was a concern.  I assured them I would keep the session fast and fun.  As you can see, it looks like I accomplished my mission.  24 minutes from the time they parked, to the time they were loaded and ready to go, knowing they have cherished moments captured forever is worth more than ...

Santa visits Secoges Photographics!
Saturday, December 06, 2014
2014 Review

 Screams, giggles and LOTS of smiles!  That describes Secoges Photographics 8th annual visit from Santa.  This year we had almost 90 children visit with Santa.  I want to thank all of the parents for trusting me with this special moment. I am in awe that some of you travel well over an hour just to be photographed by me with “my” Santa. Lastly, I ‘d like to thank all of my awesome elves that help me pull this day together…Judi (my wife), Sue (sister-in-law), Pam (friend), Eric (friend), Joan (my mom) and June (mother-in-law).Mark your calendar, Santa visits next year on Saturday, December 5, 2015