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Hello fellow fans of 50% Chance of Rain todays post is all about a movement of help that is spreading fast among the photography community. I am going to help out with this movement in my local community. It is a movement spreading worldwide but beeing done in its own way across the world in big and small cities alike. It is simply called Help Portrait. Simply put, this holiday season photographers from around the country will volunteer their time on Dec 12th to photograph those who may not have the chance or may never have had the chance to have a profesional portrait taken and to give back to those who have come across difficult times lately.
On Dec 12th in Georgetown Texas I will be scheduling as many portrait sessions as I can for those who may need a little extra help or cheer this year. Sound cool, I thought is was when I heard about it. Interested in helping out? If so here is how you can help
- Check out the Help Portrait Website here!
- I need a couple people to help me during the shoots on Dec 12th. (no photography experience needed. )
- Makeup / hair dresser - are you good with make up and hair, I could use you! Lets make these people feel special and beautiful.
- Drivers - If participants do not have transportation I would like to be able to provide them with transportation to and from our portrait location
- Individual and Family nominations - Do you know someone or some family that have been hit hard by difficult times this year? If so send me an email to email@example.com a brief description of the family or person and how a Christmas portrait may make their day a little brighter. I will try to accept as many people as I can and they will need to be local to the Central Texas Area. I will follow up on every email and confirm with you that we have room to give them a portrait session.
Still interested and want to see more. Check out this video of a test shoot in Nashville. While our shoot won't be as big. It is really is just about helping and I want Dec 12th to be a great day for those who need it! So let me know and lets bring as many smiles as we can to Georgetown on December 12th.