Be a part of our film project | Smart Photography

Be a part of our film project

Remember film?

I 'may' have mentioned that we're moving premises (don't worry, we're still exactly where we were for now) and, as part of our move, we're creating a display in our reception area based on images shot purely on film. 

**Update 25/2/17 - we are now at our new premises in Witney**

Remember film? Back when you couldn't instantly see a photo and delete it if you didn't like it? Well, Robin has 5 or 6 different film cameras he will be working with, to create images to grace the walls of our new reception, and they are all film.

What are we doing?

We already have in mind specific images we want to create. These will be then be printed and framed in our reception.

Who do we need?

We are looking for women aged over 18 - apart from that, you can be any age/size/shape.
The sessions will take place during January and the start of February 2017.

What's in it for you?

You will receive, for free, a boudoir or makeover portrait session (usually £99) including :
- pre session chat at our studio (in Long Hanborough, near Witney)
- gorgeous makeover by one of our pro stylists
- a fabulous portrait session, using both digital and film cameras
- your private image viewing

You are welcome to purchase images from your session, and as a thank you from us you will receive 20% off anything on our price-list.

What else is in it for you?

You may be gracing our studio walls! We are likely to shoot more images than we need - it's film and we want to be 100% sure we have exactly what we want. If your images aren't on the wall, they will be incorporated into slideshows used for marketing or used elsewhere in the building.

Everyone involved will be invited to a very private 'reveal' evening at the new studio (there'll be champagne!).

What should you do to take part?

Fill in the form below, and I'll be in touch to give you more information.

I look forward to seeing you at the studio soon!
Much love,

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