Donna Gail Photography is closing their doors

 

Yes, you read that correctly, Donna and I are closing down Donna Gail Photography after 5 years.   We have been talking about this for the last 6 months and have decided closing the business is best for us and our family.

We wanted to take the opportunity to personally thank you for being one of our valued customers. We appreciate so much that you chose us to capture your precious memories for you.
The official date when Donna Gail Photography will close will be December 31, 2017.  From today forward, we will not be taking any new clients unless you have already scheduled a session.  If you have already completed a newborn session with Donna Gail Photography, you can schedule a sitter and/or 1 year session.  I would recommend that you call the studio soon to schedule these additional sessions to ensure that you get some of the limited openings.

With the closing down of the business, I wanted to offer past clients an opportunity to purchase all the images from sessions you had with us, as long as we still have them on our servers.  For $200 we will give you all the full resolution images from all your sessions along with a print release.  This means if you had 3 sessions with Donna Gail Photography or just 1, the cost will be $200.  If you are interested in this offer, please contact the studio by emailing info@donnagailphotography.com to confirm we still have the images.  Once confirmed, we will send you a payment request and then upload the images online so you can download them to your computer.   As a bonus, we will include our custom app for your smart phone with all your images that you can share with friends and family.

Finally, if you know of any photographers that are looking to start a business or add to their current business have them contact us.  We will be selling equipment, props and other items.  All they need to do is email us at info@donnagailphotography.com.

Donna and I want to say thank you for your business over the years.  Without you we would have not made it as far as we did.

Aaron and Donna

Donna Gail Photography