- Patrick Reading, Architecture • Photography
- Providing Portrait, Event and Architectural photography to the New England Region, and the world, Patrick Reading, Photography brings vision and expertise from diverse design and artistic mediums to provide you with a truly unique photographic experience. Please browse our galleries, and contact us if you want to know more. We look forward to working with you on your next artistic endeavor.
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
I know. Its almost October. The air is crisp, the skies are blue, and your thoughts are turning to apple picking and scarecrow contests. You're taking out the sweaters to put over tee shirts for the cool mornings and warm afternoons. Then you walk into a store to get some fall decorations and accents for your house, and you're greeted with Christmas trees, giant plastic Santas, and movie themed character ornaments trapped in snowglobes. "NOOOOOO!" you cry, "Its too early!" But nothing will stop the never ending march to the holidays.
But there is something nice about Fall, and that's the Early Bird Specials for family portraits, perfect for including into your holiday cards or just hanging on your wall. What could be better than a family shoot in the quintessential New England Autumn? And for a limited time, you can save 33% on bookings! That's right, just $50 for the portrait booking fee, and another 10% off your first order. That covers individual portraits, families, newborn, and maternity sittings. I'll also take off 25% off specialty sittings, like senior, boudoir or engagement sessions. Its a deal you can't pass up! Just book a session for October to get in on these great savings.
And to display these fabulous photographs, check back here soon for information about new product offerings, including elegant modern albums and folios, metal photo ornaments for the holidays, and my 2011 annual holiday greeting card designs! You wont want to miss out on this!
P.S: One more thing I love about October, is its my birthday... 29 again! (I wont say how many times I've been 29)