Many years ago I was given this photo of a distant relative, Beatrice Foretich (my cousin 3 times removed). We feels it embodies our new slogan, Moments that Last a Lifetime.
This photo was taken around 1915; and, as you can see, we bear a striking resemblance to one another. I chose a photo of myself from about the same age to illustrate. I have no idea how much her family paid the photographer, but 100 years later this photo is proudly displayed on our wall. I think it is safe to say they got their money's worth.
Photos capture a moment in time; and it is amazing to think that many years from now, even a century later, the photos we take may adorn the walls and albums of our clients and their families - all the while conjuring up joyful memories and many smiles. We take this to heart, and that is why we dedicate so much time and energy to every session. Maybe 100 years from now, your descendants will look on the back of your family photo and wonder, "Who is this 'Angela Clifton'?"
We feel this story illustrates how it is very difficult, if not impossible, to put a price on these Moments that Last a Lifetime.