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Walk-in session: the family portrait you always promised yourself.

Friday, August 18

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Join us for a family portrait drop-in session, where we will create a traditional portrait of you and your family-the one you always wanted!

We understand the value of family history and the importance of capturing moments that will be cherished for generations to come.
Join us for a family portrait drop-in session, where we will create a traditional portrait of you and your family (the one you always wanted!)

Whether you’re looking for a classic family portrait or something more creative, we’ve got you covered.

Using traditional analogue methods, we will create a unique and timeless portrait that will become a cherished treasure for you and your family.
This event is open to all families, including children, parents, grandparents, and even great-grandparents. You can even bring your family pet. Feel free to bring along toys, hats, or other props to help express everybody’s personality. Don’t let busy schedules or excuses hold you back from creating lasting memories with your family.

Drop in at any time during the specified hours and let us capture a timeless family portrait for you. We look forward to welcoming you and helping you create a lasting memory with your loved ones.

During the walk-in session, we will take one photograph of your family free of charge, which you will have the option to purchase afterwards if you like. The sessions typically last between 10-15 minutes.
NOTE: The session are drop-in; however, we invite you to book a space for your session as spaces are limited. You may be asked to wait during busy times.

Book one ticket per family.

If you would like more information, or would like support in completing your booking, please call us on 07739569662 and ask for Kinga or Maciej.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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