While cryogenically freezing your family preserves their physical being, it kills dinner table conversation and makes children defiant when asked to take out the trash. Remember life’s important moments in a warmer way with today’s deal: $50 gets you a one-hour photo shoot in the location of your choice and an 11"x14" print from Last Mountain Photography.
The Last Mountain lens immortalizes engagements and family portraits in any Regina or Strasbourg location. In an hour-long session, photographer David Schmidt carefully extracts the dimension of time from up to eight smiles, freezing moving moments into flat, frame-worthy photos. A snow-covered backdrop preserves snow’s memory without taking up extra freezer space, and engagement photos shot on train tracks offer a poignant metaphor for the massive amounts of coal you will carry together. Though the company prefers to capture candid pictures afforded by an organic setting, those seeking a more traditional aesthetic can opt for a portable studio, available for in-house shoots. After the final flash, choose your favourite image for an 11"x14" print. Additional prints can be purchased at Last Mountain’s normal rates, available online.
An additional $0.50 per kilometre will be charged if outside a 15 kilometre radius of the City of Regina. Call to see if your chosen location falls within the covered areas.
Last Mountain Photography
The allure of photography piqued David Schmidt’s interest at an early age. He started capturing images of the world around him as a youngster, quickly learning to love a photo’s ability to freeze a moment forever. Since 2008, he has been following his passion professionally, snapping photos first for his friends and family and more recently for professional clients with Last Mountain Photography. Schmidt seizes memorable moments between both lovebirds and humans for wedding packages and engagement shoots, and focuses the camera’s lens on graduating students, babies, and smiling subjects during portrait sessions. His photo-booth services let event guests strike poses in a 10’x10’ studio setup, rendering digitized photos shared online or via DVD.