Archive For: Glendale High School

5 Tips to get Ready for Your Portrait Session

The day has arrived and it is time to have your Family / Senior / Engagement photos take.  Here is a quick and dirty list of 5 things you can do to help things go smoothly during your photo session

  1. This one is for the ladies.  Have your hair and makeup ready to go.  Usually as a photographer we are planning things around a set schedule.  We may have other photo sessions before or after yours, or just family time planned.  Just like your time during the day, come camera ready.
  2. Prepare for the unexpected.  Stained clothes, wrinkles, rips and tears happen.  We are moving in and out of cars, around tables, trees and sometimes ponds and rivers.  Be ready for what can happen, we can guarantee we are ready on our end.
  3. More is always better.  Not sure if the brown or the blue outfit is better?  Bring both.  It’s so much easier to create images with items that we have available to us then ones we don’t.
  4. Things happen.  We always want to keep our appointments and times, but sometimes sickness, weather or car crashes happen.  It’s happened to us, and it has happened to clients.  Don’t fret, there is no charge to reschedule due to one of these circumstances.
  5. Enjoy the moment.  Even if a parent is making you take photos.  We will do everything in our power to make things fun and enjoyable.  It’s only going to last 60 minutes or less, then you can be on to your other things.

What’s Important

There aren’t many things more important than family, friends and those things that you hold dear to your heart.  Everyone’s list of important things vary and I believe it’s important that you recognize what truly is important in your life.  It’s one of the reasons why I do what I do and help others capture memories of their lives.  Let me share with you my list:

  • God
  • Family
  • Friends
  • Hard Work
  • Spending Time with Loved Ones
  • Great Memories.

I hope your list is a great one and that you take the time to write it down so you’ll never forget what’s important to you.  Remember that it’s so important for us to capture great memories that we can have for a lifetime, so we can pass those down from generation to generation! If you’ve put off having family, children or senior photos off, don’t wait, take charge, capture those memories and lock them in forever. You’ll be glad you did.  If you decided to use Jones Photography as your photographer and you’ve read this post, share that with us when you book and you’ll save 25% off of your order.

Spring Is Almost Here!

Time to get out and enjoy the weather. It’s also a great time to have your Senior Photos taken, wether you are an early bird looking for 2019 senior photos or are graduating this year, there is still time!

Don’t forget, you can apply to be a Senior Model at www.jonesphotography.com/apply  Be sure to do so quickly as spots fill up fast!

Valentine’s Day

We hope you enjoy your holiday no matter how you choose to spend it.  Remember, we love you.

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January 2018 and the New Year

As will all good things, 2017 has come to an end.  But, now it’s a new beginning and time to start looking ahead to what 2018 has to offer.  There is so much potential in this year that it’s hard to comprehend at times.  But really, it’s all up to us!  Here are some of our goals for 2018:

• Build a new studio facility (will also be available for rent)

• Offer photography classes

• Photograph more wonderful people than last year

• Stay positive all year long

What are some of your New Year’s goals and dreams?

 

Senior Models

Are you a graduating class of 2013?  or 2014?  We are looking for you.  We are expanding our Senior Model search and are looking for High School Seniors from Parkview, Glendale, Kickapoo, Ozark, Republic, Branson and other local area High Schools.

Apply Today …  Apply Online Here

Portraits

What makes up a portrait.  Well for one, there needs to be someone in the photo.  You.  You make a portrait so special.  Without you, it would just be a photo of a background, a place outdoors, or the grass or rocks around.  You give a portrait life, you make it important.  You make a portrait an heirloom.  Something your family will treasure for generations.  You give the portrait a meaning to exist.  Without you, there is no purpose of a portrait.

What do I specialize in.  Portraits of you.  417-894-0230

Friends

Time is ticking down to graduation.  It’s almost 1 month away!  Can you believe it?  Well for all of you procrastinators out there, if you haven’t had your senior photos taken now is your chance.  I’m offering a Friends session for the next two weeks until April 29th.

So call to book your session, bring your friend with you and their session is free.

This is only for two weeks so call today.  417-894-0230

Yes, it’s Friday

So now it’s Friday and their appears to be a little bit of snow on the ground.  Not exactly what you look for when you are waiting for spring, but we’ll get through it.  Just had to share another image from a Senior Model Session recently.  This is on of their favorites!  If you are interested in becoming a model just apply here:  http://www.jonesphotography.com/apply