It’s been an absolutely crazy year for us here at Living Light Photography since taking it on full-time 15 months ago. Here’s a little snapshot of where we are wrapping up before Christmas.
- 50 weddings photographed (and still loving every moment),
- 500 fans on Facebook,
- (and in breaking news,) wet ink on a lease agreement for a brand new studio!
So, to celebrate these milestones, we’re going have a little last-minute Christmas giveaway. Are you ready?
The prize will be one of our very first limited edition art landscapes, titled “Isolation”. It’s valued at $600, and printed on the highest quality canvas at a size of 30 x 12 inches. You can see it below (obviously it won’t have the watermark on it). Trust me, it looks awesome!
We’ll also have a prize open only to our past and future clients, a $150 Living Light Photography voucher. Keep it for yourself or use it as a gift!
AND if we get to 750 fans before we draw the prize, we will also give away a $250 Living Light Photography voucher.
PLUS, if we get to 1000 fans on or before the 23rd December we will give away a massive 40 x 16 inch version of “Isolation” as well! This baby is valued at $800. So to increase the prize pool – please suggest us to your friends!
HOW TO ENTER
You’ll first need to be a liker of the Living Light Photography page on Facebook (not just this post). Then post a comment on this competition page. Tell us what you’d do or where you’d hang the landscape if you won.
You’ll have the option of posting the post and your comment to your Facebook wall, and we’d appreciate it if you did. Please also suggest our page to your friends if you like our photos (the link to do so is under the logo on the page), as we’ll be adding in the other prizes if we hit 750 and 1000 fans.
We’ll draw the winners on December 23rd at 3 PM, with our Living Light Photography camera durability tester Thomas drawing them from a hat. If you’re local to Newcastle, you’ll be able to pick it up before Christmas (gift idea anyone?). (If you’re not, we’ll post it to you that afternoon, but there’s no guarantees it’ll arrive before the 25th.)
Merry Christmas everyone, and we hope you have a great holiday. See you next year!