After 14 wonderful years in the beautiful Lehigh Valley of PA, my children and I decided that it was time for a new adventure in life– and so we relocated to the equally beautiful town of Greenville, SC. I have been quite busy settling in, working and exploring the Greenville area. But soon enough summer will arrive making time for additional portrait photography! I look forward to getting to know more families and pets of the Upstate.
If you are interested in an on-location (at a local park or in your home or yard) pet or family portrait session, feel free to get in touch via phone or email. I would be happy to answer any questions you may have or set up a session. I am available weekends and afternoon/evenings during the week. In the meantime you can get to know me a little better by checking out my main tracy bodeo photography website and can see some of my work by clicking here: tbp Galleries.
Hope you all had a wonderful Easter!
Fetching pet portraits and family portraiture by tracy bodeo photography, Greenville, SC.
New in 2015– Digital Image Packages…. After many requests, I have finally decided to add digital image packages to a client’s session choices. Although I will still provide the highest quality printing services, I will now give clients the option of packaging their session with a set of High Resolution digital image files to print themselves.
Clients can choose a digital image portrait session package, or purchase an ‘a la carte session and add on prints, digital files or a combination of the two depending on how clients would like to use their images. Clients will still continue to receive LowRes digital image copies of purchased prints, so they can share them online. Purchased HighRes files will also include a complimentary LowRes copy for computer use.
Digital files start at $55.00 each and digital packages start at $295.00 To see a complete list of sessions, packages, wall art and print prices, visit my SESSIONS & PRODUCTS pages on my main website or see the digital packages by clicking here.
Summer is a busy time for many families, but it is also when people have some time off to spend with their children and pets. Maybe your family doesn’t have the patience for a full portrait session. Or maybe you want just one set of poses to quickly capture these brief moments in time. Set up your Summer SpecialMini Portrait Sessionnow!
The natural light Mini Sessions take place at any of our local parks (or your backyard) and will last 20-30 minutes. You will have access to an online proofing gallery containing ~5-10 of the best images from the session, where you can choose your favorites to be printed. The session fee is only $75.00. You can learn more about my sessions or see the a la carte image, print and wall art prices by visiting my main website at www.tracybodeo.com.
Contact me or come down to the Center for Animal Health & Welfare to pick up a copy or two of the 2013 Center for Animal Health & Welfare 100 year anniversary calendar, featuring gorgeous pets from in and around the Lehigh Valley. The calendars are oversized at 9.5 x 12.25 and they can be purchased for $20.00 each. All $20.00 goes directly to the animals at the Center!
Why buy a calendar at the store when you can get one at the Center and feel good knowing 100% of your purchase is going to such a worthy cause?!
Calendars also make nice holiday gifts– get yours now! The Center for Animal Health & Welfare is located at 1165 Island Park Rd, Easton, PA 18042. Visit their website for operating hours: www.healthyanimalcenter.org.
Now’s your chance to get your adorable pet’s picture on a calendar and help raise money for the Center for Animal Health & Welfare! Our 2013 Pet Calendar will be celebrating the CAHW’s 100 years in operation and will feature 12 “pets of the month” as large (~8×8″ – 8×10″) images as well as lots of smaller images of your pets throughout the calendar. All proceeds from this project go to the animals at the Center.
A $250 donation gets you a professional, on-location portrait session with tracy bodeo photography, your pet as one of the featured pets and a free calendar. Or you can send me your own picture of your pet with a $30.00 donation and your pet will appear as one of our ~1×1.5″ images somewhere on the “grid” part of our calendar. You will also receive a free calendar. If you have already had your pet’s portrait taken by tracy bodeo photography, there is one additional option for getting your image on the calendar– please contact me for details.
So the project has begun! Contact me now– spaces will go fast! All photography and image submissions will be due by September. Calendars will be printed and ready for purchase by November. For details on how to book your session or send in your own image, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are two quick pictures of Holly, an adorable and mischievous kitten I had the pleasure of photographing. She was much more interested in running around and hiding under the couch than she was in getting her pictures taken! She did eventually settle down enough to get some “relaxing” shots.
Holly was found in the woods as a stray but quickly became very friendly and loving to her new family. She shares a home with her parents and three big brothers (one human, one canine, one feline).
Pets are family to most of us that share our lives with them. Why not take a little time during the week to spend a special morning or afternoon with your fur family? You can capture those special moments at the same time by booking a portrait session with tracy bodeo photography. And if you book a session that takes place between the hours of 10:00 am – 2:00 pm from April 24th – May 24th, 2012, you will receive $20.00 credit towards any portrait products.
Anytime is a wonderful time to book a session that will capture moments that you will treasure for a lifetime, but you can also save $20.00 by booking a session now. Please contact me via phone or email to get more information and set up your portrait appointment. Visit the SESSIONS page of my main website to see what session would best suit your needs.
This is Traveler, our pet of the week. Poor Traveler came to the Center for Animal Health and Welfare, very sick and thin, from a terrible hoarding situation. He has now been at the Center for well over one year. He is healthy, up-to-date on his shots and just waiting for someone to adopt him. He is a sweet, calm cat who really deserves love, attention and a nice home of his own. Please come visit Traveler– he is in the conference room at the Center. How can you resist this lovely, sad face?