Cherry Blossom Mini Sessions! Jan-Feb only!

Here they are! The most asked for mini sessions, all ready to be booked!

Hurry and secure your spot because these mini session slots do not last long!

Cherry Blossom season is usually from the 15th of January to the 10th or so of February.

Which means we have limited time each year to take advantage of these blossoms!

If you’ve just arrived on island or about to leave, now is the perfect time to ensure you have this piece of

Okinawa in your family album or on your walls with a Cherry Blossom Mini Session!

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Book now!

Check out last years Cherry Blossom Mini Session Images!

Please contact me with any questions or to book your session!

contact@candacecastorphotography.com

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Holiday Mini Sessions are HERE!! Contact me ASAP for dates and locations so you can book yours now!
Spots will be limited!

Sessions will be held in EARLY NOVEMBER to ensure on time delivery of printed products and cards!

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  • October 7, 2014 - 10:47 pm

    Heather Corbin - We are interested in possibly booking a session. What dates do you currently have? Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • October 5, 2014 - 6:40 pm

    Melanie High - I would like to see what you have.ReplyCancel

    • October 7, 2014 - 5:55 pm

      Candace - What dates I have? Please use the contact form and send me an email and I can get those to you!ReplyCancel

If you are like most people, myself included, you probably opted for a disk of your images.

Who doesn’t love the ability to print freely whenever they need or want to. I know I do.

Have you thought about the unfortunate circumstance that you might actually cause you to lose those images and the disk forever?

Truth is, ANYTHING can happen at ANYTIME. Things arent safe on the computer, it can crash and you CAN and WILL lose everything.

But, wait, you have a disk right? Well, what if your home was broken into, what if there was a fire or a flood? I know thats a bit extreme.

But seriously it can happen, it has happened. Your photographer may or may not archive their clients images.

And if they do, they arent held liable if anunforeseen circumstance happened to them and they lost the images as well. Losing images suck.

I dont even want to think about how I would feel if that even happened to me.

My point is, a disk should not be your only option for a back up. I have chosen to use an online back up in addition to my disks and external hard drive.

Two places are better than one.

No matter what, I wont lose a thing. Personally, I use BackBlaze and a referral link which gets us both a month FREE is accessed here.

Do not wait until something happens, protects those images NOW!

 

**This post is in no way sponsored by BackBlaze, I am a customer wanting to share the company I use! I only receive referral credit if you sign up via the link above.

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Introducing a new session option!

“See you later” Sessions are a anytime mini session available for those

who are expecting an upcoming deployment.

The session includes all the same perks as the specialized mini sessions without the booking restriction.

“See you later” Sessions are 30 min at the location of your choice and includes 3 digital images.

Additional images and products will always be available for purchase, although not required.

*qualifying info required when booking. Contact me for more details!

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Have you received a digital image disk from me or another photographer and went to print your images only to find out the popular sizes cropped your image funny?

The image that come out of my camera as well as most all other cameras are in a 2:3 ratio meaning that a standard 4×6 print features the full size image.

To print an image at its full size without cropping you can print either a 4×6, 8×12, or 16×24.

All other sizes will crop, the image chart below shows how much will be cropped off with certain sizes.

If you independently print your images you may not have control on where the image will crop at.

Printing your images through your photographer via their professional print lab will ensure the important parts of the image are not cropped off!

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  • August 9, 2015 - 3:55 pm

    Jasmin Santizo - Hi I Was wondering when you have an avaliable appoinment for maternity photos? Im due september 17th 🙂 & I’m free weekdays after 4:30 & weekends all day 🙂 please & thank youReplyCancel