Spring Minisessions! | Huntsville portrait photographer

Just a little reminder that our Spring minisessions are approaching quickly! I’m so excited to meet so many of you and your family pets on March 3rd for our first ever pet minisessions! These minisessions will be 30 minutes in length, will yield 10-20 finished proofs to choose from and, best of all, the $50 session fee will go straight to Canine Companions for Independence. CCI is a non-profit organization dedicated to training and matching service dogs with children and adults with disabilities.

When I first reached out to CCI to let them know about my plans, they graciously pointed me toward a few of their promotional videos that do a wonderful job explaining exactly what they do. I was thrilled to learn that one of the videos even features a wounded veteran, Jeffrey, who is reaping the benefits of his CCI service dog right here in North Alabama! Check out Jeffrey and Sharif’s incredible story:

There are only four spaces left for pet minisessions on March 3rd so email or call today to get on that list!

In addition to pet minisessions, we’ll also be hosting a day of grandparent minisessions on April 14th. We all know how eager grandparents are to whip out that photograph of their beloved grandchild. So how about giving them the best gift of all and putting them in the portrait together! These 15 minute minisessions are designed to yield 10-20 finished images to choose from of your children and up to two of their grandparents. Your children will end up with portraits to cherish for a lifetime, your parents will be thrilled, and you’ll be off the hook for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Seriously, these $50 sessions are the gift that keep on giving! Only 6 spaces left so call or email today. =)

Get all the details about both of these amazing Spring events here.

for the dogs | huntsville family photographer » Erin Cobb Photography […] As I’ve mentioned before, I’m donating all of the session fees from these sessions to Canine Companions for Independence. I was SO excited that one of CCI’s local volunteer puppy trainers brought her precious dog Turf along for a session. Turf will complete his initial training here in Huntsville and once he graduates he’ll head down to Orlando to fully learn what it means to be a service dog. Turf, hats off to you! And to your kind adopted mama! […]

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