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Newsletter - January 2010
Ventura County Family Portrait Photographer
This month issue
Happy holidays everyone. And a happy new year too.
December is time when a lot of families get together to celebrate and share love. People take a lot of photographs to capture the magic moment. Also, a lot of people would hire professional photographer for professional quality family portraits.
I had 4 family portrait photography jobs in December.
I thought I was going to be home alone for this holiday season. I even made turkey & ham for myself and ate them alone. Then I started to receive emails from my past customers. It was like I was in one of those Christmas movies. I was invited to total 4 holiday parties from past wedding customers (by 3 different customers).
I had the first taste of eggnog.
I had 2 wedding photography jobs in December, 2009
The last wedding of the year was memorable. It was a Latter Day Saints (LDS, Mormon) wedding on Wednesday morning. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hast the holiest wedding ceremony. Photography is never allowed inside the Church.
I waited outside until the bride and groom to walk out from the church. There were a group of friends and relatives outside as well. Oh, and it was raining very lightly.
I had a special assignment for this wedding. After formal photoshoot in West Hollywood, I was to print one 8x10 & one 5x7 and bring them to reception in Camarillo. I drove very carefully in the rain and got the prints done fast. Pictures were delivered on time (pictures above), and reception went on as planned.
I had a super busy December 2009. I was busy half way into January so I could push out all the pictures to my customers. I didn't get a decent sleep in the entire month. (I am not complaining, busy is good). I was constantly working during the holiday season, including Christmas and New Years day. I truly enjoyed December 2009, because I was invited to so many parties from my past wedding customers. It was a rewarding feeling. I felt like I was doing something right.
Happy new year. See you next year.
Ventura County Family Portrait Photography
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