THREE DAY FALL FAMILY PORTRAIT SALE

  • Published September 24th, 2012 by Tina Petta-Pelletier
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Leaves are changing and Fall is here. Book your Fall Portraits TODAY!!! It's a great time for outdoor portraits!

Come join me on Monday-October 8th at Hubbard Park in Meriden for a beautiful outdoor portrait of the family or just the children. Four of the sessions have already be taken so don't delay in calling to schedule your appointment.

Or come join me on Sunday-October 14th at Fulton Park in Waterbury. Two of the sessions have already be taken so don't delay in calling to schedule your appointment.

Just added Saturday-October 13th at Topsmead in Litchfield.

Three beautiful places to schedule those holiday portraits so that you are not scrambling the last minute to get the kids in.

Call today to schedule your appointment and save 50% on the session fee and 20% on the Portraits. These specials are for one day only and cannot be combined with any other offers. The event is by appointment only. (203) 596-7226

Coco the dog

What fun I had photographing Coco. When she first walked into the studio, she was going all over the studio. Her mom didn't think we would get any photographs of Coco but after she wore herself out, I was able to get some awesome photographs of her. Here are a few of my favorite photographs of Coco from her session.

Riley

  • Published July 6th, 2012 by Tina Petta-Pelletier
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Newborns are so precious. I love capturing this very special time in a baby's life. Here are some images of Riley at 7 weeks old. She was so amazing.

Viviana at 9 months old!

I wanted to share a few photographs from Viviana's session. She was so precious. The expressions that she gave me were unbelievable. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

 

 

Ground Zero

Two weeks ago, I went on a field trip with my son and his 8th grade class to New York. We got to tour the Intrepid Museum, did some shopping at South Seaport and visit Ground Zero. It is amazing how the crew manuevered through the Intrepid in such small spaces. The best part of the trip was Ground Zero. When we first arrived, I took a photograph of the Freedom Tower but it was so cloudy that you could barely see the top of the building. As we were walking to the entrance, two fire trucks arrived around the corner. As we were walking to the entrance, we did not think anything of it until half the group got in and the other half didn't. After a few minutes, they told us that we had to evacuate because of an unattended luggage. We were all unhappy because now we were not sure if we would get to go in or not. After waiting for 45 minutes,they told us that we could go in. It was so surreal. I had never gone to see the World Trade Centers up close before they collasped but to see the pools was just amazing. As we were walking around, the clouds moved away and the blue skies came in with a little bit of sun peaking out. I was then able to get the top of the Freedom Tower. As we were waiting for the bus to pick us up, the clouds had moved back in and covered the tower once again. It was so eerie. If you ever get a chance to visit New York, I highly recommend a trip to Ground Zero.