PHOTOSHOOT GIFT VOUCHERS – ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW
Whether you are looking treat someone special to a full photoshoot, or gift a monetary contribution towards prints or images, your thoughtful present of a photoshoot gift voucher will give the person you love opportunity to create some special memories.
If you’ve already chosen the package you’d like to buy just contact me to get the ball rolling, or if you’d like some advice I’m happy to help give a steer on what may work well.
Once you’ve chosen your package I’ll wizz you an invoice and once you’ve made your purchase I’ll send you a voucher in the post – here’s a sample picture (baubles not included ;)).
There’s space on the back for you to write your own personal message. This is something I’m really particular about – I’m a firm believer that the joy of presents is in the giving and I want you to be able to make this special treat as personal as possible.
The voucher is sent out with a note setting out what’s included, how to contact me and other ‘need to know’ info.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
On booking their shoot, the recipient will be sent some Terms and Conditions which set out information including:
> what they’ll receive > how images can be enjoyed (just so you know, they’ll be able to use, share and print all of the images supplied within their package [so long as images are not edited or sold for commercial gain]), together with copyright information (as the image creator I retain copyright, though they can use the images as stated above – that’s just the way the law works) > plus details of the postponement procedure for bad weather and so on.
I also set out how I like to be able to use images for my business use. As a small independent business offering photography services, displaying images on my website and social media and through awards entries is the main way for me to showcase my work and for others to view my portfolio of real life shoots. You may have looked at my work online to get a feel for my style before booking me, and will appreciate how important it is to be able to see examples like this whilst choosing your photographer. I am sensitive about how I do this. I don’t overshare and always give clients time to look at and enjoy their gallery of images first – and to let me know if there’s any images they’d rather not have shared, or if there’s a reason why the shoot cannot be shared at all.
If you have any questions, or would like to find out more about how I may wish to use images, just let me know when booking, or take a look through my portfolio or blogs, my Facebook or my Instagram pages for examples of current use.
The Terms and Conditions are all fairly standard stuff – just as if they were booking the shoot themselves. Just let me know if you’d like to see a copy of the terms they will receive.
Gift vouchers are valid for one year from date of purchase. They are non-transferable, non-refundable and have no cash value.
ASK ME A QUESTION OR ORDER YOUR VOUCHER
If you like what you’ve seen and you’d like to gift someone you love to some special memories I’d love to hear from you.
Let me know if you have any questions, or if you like what you’ve read and would like to book just get in touch – email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, call me on 07769 652145 or fill in the form below.
Quintessential Photography is a GDPR compliant business. By submitting your details via this contact form, you are also giving your consent to Quintessential Photography to retain and use the data you provide in order to respond to your enquiry. I care about your privacy and never share details with anyone else without your consent. Your data may be held in my records for up to 7 years, dependent on whether you continue to make a booking.
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