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Father’s Day Gift Certificate Sale :: Grande Prairie Lifestyle Photographer

Not another tie … or baseball cap! I know, dads can be difficult to buy for. Make it easy this year and get a gift he’ll actually use: heartwarming photos of the people he loves (pets too).

Father’s Day shopping doesn’t need to be so difficult.  With that in mind, I’m helping you out by running a Father’s Day sale on gift certificates.  No trips to the crowded mall and a sure fire hit with any dad. It’s also a great way to get some photos for yourself too!  Besides, what dad doesn’t appreciate great photographs of his family?

To order your gift certificates, drop me a line at dianeschuller @ gmail . com (remove spaces) and we’ll get it done. My gift certificates come in the denomination of your choice starting at $50 and arrive gift wrapped. Don’t wait too long — there is less than a month to make sure you’ve got Father’s Day shopping all wrapped up. Father’s Day is June 21st this year.

To help you celebrate Father’s Day, for every gift certificate of $100 or more, I will throw in a non-printable DVD of all the successful images from the session (ideal for website sharing or email) as a bonus.  Feel free to share this offer with friends and family! Visit www.dianeschuller.com


Gift certificates must be ordered and paid in full by June 20, 2009 to be eligible for the bonus offer. Gift certificates, including any outstanding balances, expire in one year (on June 20, 2010).

“Any man can be a Father but it takes someone special to be a dad.” ~Anne Geddes

Diane is a lifestyle photographer serving Grande Prairie and northern Alberta/BC. Visit Diane Schuller Photography.

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sherri - May 29, 2009 - 12:53 am

Two very nice captures and the processing really works great in the portrait.

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Toni - June 1, 2009 - 5:41 pm

Great idea, Diane. Excellent shots – I agree with Sherri, the processing is great on the portrait of father and child. That looks like one happy lab, too.