Show Off Your {Sexy} Side

ATTENTION WOMEN!!!

Have you ever wanted photos of yourself for you or your special someone?

I have recently fell in love with Boudoir Photography and I am feeling extra nice today, so I have decided to do a little giveaway.

This is the giveaway! On your next boudoir photo session with me, Brittany Haberfield Photography you will receive a FREE 11×14 Canvas of your favorite photo from the session!

If you have any questions about the boudoir packages feel free to email me at: BCHPhotography@gmail.com!

NOW!!! HOW DO YOU WIN?

Simple Three Steps!

Step #1: You must be a fan on my Facebook fan page

Step #2: Tweet “@BCHPHoto is having a Boudoir Photo Session Giveaway! Check it Out! http://www.brittanyhaberfield.wordpress.show-off-your-sexy-side.com”

If you do not have a Twitter, make your Facebook status: “@Brittany Haberfield Photography is having a Boudoir Photo Session Giveaway! Check it Out! http://www.brittanyhaberfield.wordpress.show-off-your-sexy-side.com”

Make sure you tag my page in the status!

Step #3: Lastly, leave a comment on this post with your name and email!

(There is a comment bubble to the right of the title of this blog post, that is where you will leave a comment.)

You must do all three steps to be entered in the giveaway! I will be checking!

THAT’S ALL!

Good Luck and I look forward to seeing the winner!

Giveaway will end April 12th 2012 at midnight.

What is too {Small} and What is too {Big}?

To me, when it comes to prints of friends, family and loved ones, big is never too big! I personally think the bigger the better! I have a lot of my clients consistently buying 8x10in and 11x14in prints. I understand, that those are the cheapest, but if you going to invest in portraits I believe you might as well go big or go home, or invest in a few large prints rather than a lot of small prints. An 8x10in is a great size but if you plan to hang it on your wall, a large print start from 20x24in to 30x40in are great sizes! A wall is very big and when you place a tiny print it doesn’t make a huge impact it was made to make and it is always hard to make out what to photo really is across the room. I have included a photo to help photographers and clients see what size prints really are and what would look the best on your wall in your home. This photo really shows what is too {small} and what is too {big}.

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I hope this helps everyone! If you have any questions about prints and sizes feel free to ask, I’m always glad to help!

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