‘Tis the season……well almost!
What better way to show friends or relatives that you care this Christmas by sending them greetings cards with a photo of the family on the front?
We’re into our 3rd year of Festive Photos and this year we’re doing it even better!
Not only can you book and pay through our website, you can also order prints and canvases too!
What do you get from it?
Two different packages to choose from.
Digital Image Package:10 digital images uploaded to your own password protected, online gallery (you then download the images from the gallery and do with them as you please!)
Greetings cards Package: 25 greetings cards including envelopes (6x4”) and 10 high res digital images for you to download.
With both packages you will receive your images up to 3 days after the photo shoot on an online, password protected gallery. Greetings cards may take up to 10 days to arrive.
Through the gallery you also have the option to purchase additional digital images, prints, canvases and wall mounts.
Where do I go?
The photo shoots will take place and St Hugh and St John’s Church in Chells, Stevenage, SG2 0HL. There is plenty of parking next to Tescos Express.
How do I book?
Simply choose a time slot below and follow the on screen instructions. A deposit of £20 secures your slot with the remaining £29.99 (or £9.99 if you choose the Digital Image Package) payable before the start of the photo shoot. Instructions of how to pay the final balance will be in your confirmation email.
What do we wear?
We do have a number of props but we do ask that anyone being photographed wears something to get them in the festive mood. Jumpers, dresses even Christmas pyjamas and slippers can be worn! We ask everyone to remove shoes to keep the set as clean as possible for everybody.
How many can attend?
Up to 6 people can get in for the photos. We do allow up to 2 dogs as well but we recommend that only well behaved dogs come along. The time slots are strictly 20 minutes so if unruly dogs mean that you don’t get a satisfactory number of good quality images then it is at your own risk.