WARNING…This might touch your heart

Some years ago, Tony & I both worked for a company that does school day and HS Senior portraits. One morning, a mother called the studio. The company had taken her sons photo less then a week earlier and he had been killed in a car accident a couple of days ago. Would the family be able to get a copy of the picture for his funeral? Naturally, the company made her a large print to display. That was the last picture that family had of their son.

The end of last year, we photographed a wedding. Less then a month after the wedding, the grooms grandfather passed away and the couple contacted us to see if they could get a print for the funeral. We had taken the last photos of his grandfather.

People never think that it will happen to them, but what if someone close to you passed away suddenly? Would you have real photos to remember them by, or just a fuzzy cell phone picture that will be lost the moment you upgrade?

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Take for instance Tony’s situation. Right after graduating school in Massachusetts, Tony had moved back to Oklahoma and photographed his grandmother. Shortly there after she had fallen ill and passed away. The featured image as well as the one above are the final images that she had taken. This was the last time that his grandparents had a professional portrait together. Prior to that the last time his grandparents had a portrait together was about 15 years ago. That was also a family portrait.

Things happen quickly and people forget how important it is to have photos of themselves and the people around them, but when someone’s house is burning, one of the first things they save is photos & albums. It doesn’t matter if you think you should wait til you lose that extra 5 lbs, or until your child’s adult teeth have come in. You never know what can happen.

Think about that next time you put off getting a professional to photograph the important people in your life……..

 

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