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June23rd

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Meet the newest addition to FotoNuova’s portrait family:

Summer Sofa Sessions


Quirky, fun, and absolutely unique!

Your family will be comfortably seated on my “new” antique sofa.  Made circa 1800, and originally owned by a Pasadena family, it was restored in 1920 with red silk and accompanied by two needlepoint patterned pillows.

And I’ve found the perfect backdrop in Pasadena for this session, where glow of the setting sun is absolutely stunning.    I can guarantee that this one of a kind portrait will evoke more than a couple double-takes from your visitors.    Prepare for frequent compliments.

For these 20-minute sessions, your family will be comfortably seated on my “new” antique sofa. Made circa 1800, and originally owned by a Pasadena family, it was restored in 1920 with red silk and accompanied by two needlepoint patterned pillows.

Choose one of two large-print packages created specifically for these sessions.

The “Picasso”

  • One 20×24 Stretched Canvas Textured Print, ready for your in-home exhibit
  • In-Studio Image Viewing and Selection
  • 18% off

The “Dali”

  • Three “Frame Ready” Master Prints of a single image, archive quality photo stock, mounted on 1/4-inch thick matte board so that your memory lasts a lifetime
  • One 20×24 Master Print, just add a frame and display proudly
  • Two 8×10 Master Prints, perfect gifts for parents and grandparents
  • In-Studio Image Viewing and Selection
  • 12% off

As an additional bonus, you’ll get 10% off ANY a la carte print products like albums, greeting cards, and storyboards when you purchase EITHER package.

This is a VERY limited offer as I can only do 3 sessions per day.

The following dates are available between 6pm-7:30pm:

  • Sunday, June 26th
  • Saturday, July 2nd
  • Sunday, July 3rd
  • Sunday, July 10th

CLICK HERE to download the flyer

To book your session now simply call 626-588-2445

Enjoy the rest of your week!

Aaron

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