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summer2013 newsletter


what is a mini session? Sarah Lough Photography is very pleased to offer my clients Summer mini-sessions this season! A mini-session generally lasts 30 minutes and can include photographs of you, your family, children, pets – anything special in your life you’d like documented! I book blocks of mini-sessions with a group of clients during a single evening in a beautiful outdoor location. This short 30-minute timeframe is also ideal for young children who might get tired or distracted easily. Mini-sessions are wonderful way to get professional photographs which you may turn into archival works of art for your home.


Mini-Sessions include. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300 «« 30 minute session «« 5 digital files, with permission to reprint «« 4x8 accordion album «« 20% off additional prints & products


Session Dates Sunset Sessions

Mondays or Thursdays, available June - August,

saturday, june 29th babler state park

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saturday, july 13th ST. LOUIS CITY GARDEN click for more info

ALL SESSIONS BEGIN AT 4PM click here to reserve your spot. AND END AT SUNSET. EACH SESSION IS 30 MINUTES. they sell out fast!


what should I wear? MY MOST-ASKED QUESTION OF ALL TIME HAS CONSISTENTLY BEEN “WHAT SHOULD I WEAR TO MY SESSION?” ALTHOUGH THERE’S NO RIGHT OR WRONG ANSWER FOR THAT, THERE ARE A FEW BASIC POINTERS I GIVE OUT FOR YOU TO KEEP IN MIND!

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“Bright colors look great on camera! Floral print dresses, jeans and a bright-colored blouse, or a multi-color knit wrap will add focal points and interest in your images. For the guys, a colorful tie, striped shirts or even fun solid color socks will look fabulous.

Accessorize! Bright, fun jewelry, a colored scarf, a floral headband or even a distressed leather bag over the shoulder are all wonderful ways to spice up your photographs. Floral bouquets and balloons are a favorite, especially with the little ones. Get creative, and don’t be afraid to try out new looks! Professional hair and makeup can really make a big difference in front of the lens. Make sure to tell your makeup artist (or remind yourself, if you’re doing it D.I.Y.) to put on extra makeup - more than you normally - because it gets washed out a bit on camera. If you look in the mirror and you think you’ve put on a bit too much, it’s probably just about perfect for pictures!


space is limited Book in advance! contact @ sarahlough.com

314.808.2339

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