Outdoor Fall Photos Toronto

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Outdoor Fall Photos Toronto at High Park 2017

Announcing our first ever mini sessions for Outdoor Fall Photos Toronto this year!
Autumn is a very popular time of year for family portraits for so many reasons. Two of the main reasons are; 1. The breathtaking Scenery and 2. Timing. Portraits make wonderful gifts for family and friends for the holiday season.
To accommodate the high demand for outdoor Fall Photos we have to decide to offer mini sessions. With limited spots that are going fast don’t wait too long to book! See below for more information on dates and times.
Every Fall there is a 2-3 week period where the foliage is at its peak.
According to the experts at the Farmers Almanac this year they are forecasting a spectacular and colorful season. For all the science and reasons on why this year is forecast to be so glorious click HERE.

Dates for mini sessions are as follows;

Friday, September 29, 5:30-7pm
Saturday, September 30, 5-7pm
Friday, October 6, 5-7pm
Saturday, October 7, 8:30-10:30 am
The location for these mini photo sessions is High Park in Toronto. High Park is a great location. It’s easy to get to and has lots of parking. High Park also offers lots of picturesque backdrops and wonderful fall foliage.
Mini Sessions include 20 mins at one location. After your session, you will experience our full service reveal and ordering appointment.
Your session includes the photographers time and talent. As well as your choice of 5 portraits. Each portrait is delivered in your choice of 5×7 or 8×10 print. Corresponding 5 digital files included.
If you’re interested in booking or more information
call the studio 416-890-7866 or e-mail us at info@photosthatwork.com.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Carla Morgado
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To book your time follow this link http://www.slottr.com/sheets/7809283



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