Christmas Tree Farm Sessions
It's time to announce the dates for our annual tree farm sessions!!
October 17th and 18th ( ALONG with the last weekend of our fall event)
November 14th and 15th
Location will be the same as last year, Rodger's Pine Hill Farm in New Castle.
Sessions will be 15-20 minutes, 8 downloads, print release.
$115 with a non-refundable $25 retainer required at booking to hold your spot.
If you would like to COMBINE a fall and Christmas session for our October weekend please let us know. We will schedule you for a 30-40 minute slot to give time to change in between if necessary (please note, we don't have a changing area and it will need to be in your car as these are OUTDOORS). Combined sessions will be $165 and include 15 downloads.
We have already started booking for our October weekend so be sure to get in touch ASAP to reserve your time.
** Here's the fine print : You must arrive on time for your session or forfeit time from it. When you arrive to the tree farm you will see a gravel drive that goes up to the back of the farm. DO NOT DRIVE AROUND THE BACK OF THE HOUSE! The parking lot is on the right side of the house and you'll see the gravel drive on the far side, please drive back to us as we are set up towards the back of the farm. I cannot emphasize this enough if you have never been there. Do not drive off the path when you arrive, please wait for someone to tell you where to park so we won't run over any trees. You break them, you buy them. If you are coming for a family session and have a baby that is unable to sit unassisted, please know we will NOT have a lot of our sitting props with us and we will be limited on posing. We will be offering indoor sessions as well at a later date. No newborns as it will likely be COLD. Please dress appropriately. It's usually around 40-50 degrees when these take place, please make sure children are dressed to stay warm. We will be walking in between setups, please wear appropriate shoes for this as spike heels will sink in the grass. More casual attire may be best! Well behaved pets are welcome on a leash.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out!