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What do you wish for?

Should we start this game already? #blogvember

I never thought this would happen to me but I did get bitten by this awful bug once I had children. This is the time of year I tend to go nipping into shops, on my way to, or from somewhere. The purpose is simple, to get little fun, semi-useful gifts that make little ones smile. Then my job is to hide them somewhere really really secret, only to forget where I put them. It’s become a tradition.

We do a kind of Chrismukkah at ours, no tree but crackers and definitely latkas and donuts. It’s a fun time, if a little annoying when the two festivities don’t sync. This year Chanukah falls on the eve of the 27th November. Lucky lucky kids, unlucky purse.

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So, what do you wish for? The tradition of gifts and present giving remains a task for most of us. We search for something unique for our loved ones, something special. Difficult isn’t it?

I’ve come up with a plan that may suit some of you, and that is to create a photograph with a special quote. The client can select a shot from their gallery or one of my landscapes, then they choose a quote that means something to them. I superimpose the text on the image and a print or product can be created. It’s a new service and seriously bespoke, so if you’re interested you’ll need to give me a shout to go over your ideas.

Some examples for you…

Some people choose a quote, whereas others happily create their own. The result is something quite unique for your loved one.

Photo of dog with quote

Hibooki

baby photo quote

Couple_40 years- photo session

Tempted to try this out then give me a shout.

Sophie Sheinwald specialises in PR, event photography and portraits and accepts commissions across the UK.

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