Precision Camera and partner The Imaging Alliance is proud to offer the families of local active-duty first responders a free family portrait session conducted by professional photographers, on Oct. 20 from 1 to 5 p.m. As part of the Portraits of Love program, participating families will receive ONE free portrait session and free download of high-res image files. The event will take place at Precision Camera & Video, 2438 W. Anderson Ln. Suite B4.
The Portraits of Love program has delivered more than 30,000 free portraits of military families to deployed soldiers over the past ten years. Professional photographers sponsored by member companies generously donate their time and talent in appreciation of the nation’s military and their families. This year, The Imaging Alliance is proud to extend the project to police, firefighters and EMTs who risk their lives for the safety of those in our community.
We have to limit one session per family. We have two photographers shooting three sessions each hour. Please only sign up for one session.
Photo sessions will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. and will last approximately 15 minutes. Following the session, families will receive all rights to their photos.
“It is our great honor to support our police and firefighters through the Portraits of Love Project,” said Michelle Tramantano, program director, The Imaging Alliance. “These events represent a small, but meaningful, way for the photography community to give back to those who put so much on the line for members of each community they serve.”