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We were dreading the weather forecast, it called for rain and was pouring on my way to meet them.  By the time we met it was down to a light drizzle and a few minutes into the shoot it stopped and we had some blue skies by the end.  This has happened a few times, we always head out in hopes of dodging our Pacific NW weather and more often than not we luck out.

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Senior $teals – 1/2 off package

Firstlight Photography has been working with more and more teens that are paying for their own senior portraits so we decided to do a huge promo.

Reserve your shoot by April 30, 2010 and for $150 you will get the following:

  • 1 1/2 hours of photography
  • Online gallery
  • DVD with full resolution and facebook/myspace sized images with retouched images and copyright release
  • $75 in print credits (good for standard or premium prints only)
  • 5 retouched images (i.e. blemish removal, teeth whitening, effects, texture overlay)
  • Pierce County locations don’t incur a travel fee

Here’s How You Can Save Even More…

Bring a friend for an additional $50.  We’ll spend 1 1/2 hours total but your friend gets all of the benefits listed above.  Buddy shoots are wonderful because having your best friend along puts you at ease.

More Info

As time permits, we can hit a few of your favorite locations for shots.  Wardrobe changes are permitted – we don’t limit this.  It is your shoot!  All you need is a ride to your location(s) of choice.  We recommend that seniors bring a parent or older sibling along for the shoot.  Of course friends are welcome too.

For more info or questions just give us a call @ 253.335.7958 and ask for Kier or Mitzi.

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We’ve just been notified that South Sound Wedding & Event magazine has featured one of our weddings on their web site.

The wedding was shot on Friday, March 13th 2009 and it was one of the most unique weddings I’ve ever gotten to shoot.  From the bouquet with no flowers, to the bridal party with no women it was nonstop fun with a great cast of characters.  To see the article, just click HERE.  The wedding was also featured on Offbeat Bride a few months ago.  See that article HERE.

“Tiffany’s advice to future brides, “Wedding planning can be as easy or as stressful as you make it. I read, ‘your wedding is not a competition,’ and that really helped me. I didn’t need to outdo anyone to make my wedding special.”