I had the pleasure of meeting Shea and her family for a mini session she won in the silent auction at the Watauga Elementary School Fall Carnival. We went to my new favorite fall/holiday spot for families downtown, at the Trinity Park downtown Fort Worth. Can you see the colors behind them? It took until the week of Thanksgiving, but we got some fall color! Oh, and can you see? We had a lot of fun that day!
More coming after I show the rest to Shea and help her put together her order. ;)
Celebrate what defines you.
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Oh yeah! All photos and written content on RTC PhotoWork blog are copyright to RTC PhotoWork. None of these photos are to be printed or posted anywhere, whether in part or in whole, unless given the express permission of RTC PhotoWork. Please contact me at Tamara@RTCPhotoWork.com for permission if you would like to repost any images or content.
On the Sixth Day of Christmas, RTC PhotoWork gave to you…
A free holiday video to share with your friends! If you have had a session this year, send me an email to get a holiday slide show to download, email, or share online with your friends and family. It will include favorites from your session, and a simple message from you (1 other style available). Email me at email@example.com before noon Monday to get your complimentary slide show!
Make sure to follow RTC PhotoWork on Facebook for some Facebook-only Days of Christmas, and check out the Third Day of Christmas for a fun game to play with the family! Day Four was the beginning of an awesome gift card deal running through today (Wednesday, so hurry!), and the Fifth Day was a cute Christmas printable. Don’t forget to email me photos of your Christmas tree and other holiday decorations! At the end of this week, I will feature photos you have taken for a change!
If you or someone you know is expecting and is interested, contact me using the contact form or send me an email. The first weeks are so important! For more information on when to have a newborn session, read this blog post. Through the end of the year, anyone who refers a newborn client to me will receive double the referral points to put toward a complimentary session or products! The client you refer will get $50 off the newborn session as well!
Oh yeah! All photos and written content on RTC PhotoWork blog are copyright to RTC PhotoWork. None of these photos are to be printed or posted anywhere, whether in part or in whole, unless given the express permission of RTC PhotoWork. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for permission if you would like to repost any images or content.
That’s right. A free session with RTC PhotoWork.
What do you need to do to enter?
1. Like RTC PhotoWork on Facebook. (Yes, I will check.)
2. Post a status tagging RTC PhotoWork saying any of the following (Make sure to use the @ before typing RTC PhotoWork so that it tags the page):
RTC PhotoWork, RTC PhotoWorks, RTC Photography, RTC Photo…Which is it? Where did the name come from? Why not Tamara Curry Photography?
For the record, it is RTC PhotoWork (no “s”). It comes from an old AIM (AOL Instant Messenger for those of you too young to know of it) screen name I had. If you read “RTC” out loud kind of phonetically, you read “artsy.” I love art and have a strict definition, so I didn’t dare call myself artistic back in the day. Instead, being artistically inclined, I defined myself as “artsy.” Some time later I talked with a friend of how I would love to open an art gallery, and when I searched for a name for that dream, I came back to “RTC.” Except I liked it read letter by letter.