Hey! Look what I did!
Cool, huh? I just taught myself that. Well, the internet taught me, actually. But I asked it to teach me. So I’m giving myself the credit. Fair enough, right? Anyway …
One of my goals for 2013 is to continue to learn new things. Between the awesome workshop I attended this month and the constant availability of the vast and varied faculty that the almighty internet provides, I’m pulling an A+ in that subject so far. (Go, me!)
Another of my 2013 goals is to get caught up on something that I am constantly urging my clients to stay on top of — doing something with my pictures. We all know I love pictures, and if you’re reading this, there’s a chance that you do, too. But what good are they, really, if they’re sitting on a disk in your desk drawer or worse, on the hard drive of your computer? I’m always telling you that we need to put our photos in books or on the wall or in some tangible form that we can enjoy every day and that will mean something to our children in the future.
So. I’m off now to make me some books. Can you guess the name of the first one I’m tackling? You guessed it — it’s called “Williamsburg 2012”.
I want you to share this goal with me. Going forward, you’ll see some new offerings on The Life in Your Years Photography’s menu. In addition to the a la carte items and the basic digital package you’re used to, you’ll see two more awesome digital packages that incorporate real live, visible, touchable, feel-able embodiments of your session. These are a great value and more importantly, they’re going to help accomplish the 2013 goal I’ve been blathering on about. Stay tuned here for more details, or ask me about it when I see you!