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HOW SCHOOLS CAN BENEFIT FROM "Shoot4Charity"

February 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Our son, Christian, goes to a fine elementary school in the Southwest area of Las Vegas. Every year, we had the pleasure of buying our son's school photos from $15 to over $50 depending on the option we took. We, as parents, do not really have a choice if we want to save some memories of Christian with his schoolmates. Maybe most of the parents are satisfied with the photographs they order but we weren't. I get better quality photos with my iPhone! After scanning the school pics, I retouched them then share in social media for friends & relatives to see. Then, the prints are archived in the garage!

Now, you have an option. You can send us your child or children's school photos and we will design (with your initial idea of course), retouch  and even personalize them however you want. It can be a magazine cover look with the school name or the subject's name as the title. We can add captions that suits your needs. School cannot offer this because it'll be not "economically" possible to personalize and customize a design because it'll cost an arm and a leg! An average professional graphic artist charges app. $60/hour. Parents can send their pics to a Fast Photo Lab that offer "Magazine Cover Templates" for about $12-$30. This is nice but there is little to no retouching/designing of the original photo. And on top of that, you do not have design options. The finished product will still look unretouched.

With I LUV CC Foundation's "Shoot4Charity" project, the design and retouching is similar to the quality & technique used by the best magazines you see in the stands! Not only does S4C  provide the quality and a very affordable price, but we also put aside a portion of the proceeds to help the community!

 

Next, we will share with you more on how your children & family photos can  look stunning & unforgettable!!

Share with us your thoughts and if you have questions, please Contact Us!

 

 

 


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