Time

09th January 2018
In: Blog


Time. That most precious of commodities, and the lack of it is the reason we often give for not being able to do things. There is a school of thought, that "I don't have time to..." is a convenient excuse, that if the (insert activity/product) was something that was really, really wanted, then time could be found to do/buy it.
However, I know from personal experience that modern life, particularly those with families, is very busy, and time is something that can be difficult to free up.
I get it, and I'm here to help so you can have the portrait session you want.



How?

Other than the portrait session itself, there's no need for you to leave your house. I'll visit you for the consultation and the proof/product meeting. It's all very easy, and the best bit is, I do all the work.

How much time does it take?

Not as much as you might think. On average, including the consultation, photo-session, and proof/product ordering, you're looking at around 2-3 hours investment on your part. Which is broken down into three sessions, at times to suit you. It's not a lot, is it?

Another View

It’s not just the lack of time, that is a concern to many, but the passing of time and missing the moment that is, I think, is the real concern.
I recently had contact from a lady enquiring about a portrait session, because she wanted to get her children photographed while they were still small. Perfect.
How often do you look at your children, or indeed, at yourself, and think where did the time go? My wife and I say it all too frequently. It’s those days, months and years flying by that is where time becomes the issue. I talked about this exact issue in a recent blog post The Lloyds

Missing out on recording those memories on how the family has grown, or how you looked when you were younger is the concern I would have.



So which ever way you look at it, having little time or letting it fly by, for an investment of just a few hours, you can have that portrait session, and you won’t miss out on capturing those precious moments to look back on.

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