February 2nd, 2012
Have you decided on your wedding, anniversary, birthday or Valentine’s gift for your husband, boyfriend or fiancé?
Have you tried picking out the perfect greeting card and spent hours in the card aisle reading all the cards hoping for just the right sentiment?
Forget the card- Why not surprise them with a boudoir portrait?
Imagine his surprise when he opens that package to find images of YOU looking super sexy just for him!
What should you wear?
His shirt and tie, props from his hobbies or profession such as construction hard hat, firefighters turn out jacket, or golf clubs.
Take a shopping trip to Victoria Secret for something new or how about wearing that little string bikini?
Makeup for your session should be applied heavier than you normally wear with a more dramatic look. Think “Smoky eyes”. Consider wearing false eye lashes as they make your eyes look even more seductive. You will also want to have your makeup professionally done. We can recommend some awesome makeup artists.
These sessions are held in our private Rescue CA studio just 10 minutes from El Dorado Hills CA. Our 100% female staff will make you feel comfortable and pampered. For a complimentary consultation call (530) 363-0138.
September 9th, 2011
The first day of “Train Days” in Old Sacramento was a stirring success! We captured a bunch of giggles, grins, and cute expressions, but this more solomn expression is one of my favorite images! Gavin was a pleasure to photograph, and very excited to be on a real caboose! We have a few openings for sessions Saturday…
August 31st, 2011
I’m excited to be doing this portrait special in Old Sacramento! It’s the first time the California State Railroad Museum has done this type of thing, and I’m honored to be the first photographer to host such an event.
Here’s how it works: The sessions are every 30 minutes, which should give you enough time to get your child/children into the provided striped overalls, bandanas, and train hats, and then have an assortment of images professionally photographed of your “little engineer(s)”. Please allow another 30 minutes to look at the images right after the session. You will choose your complimentary 5×7 as well as order any additional prints that you wish. Christmas cards and other art pieces are also available. Most orders will be delivered by mail within four to six weeks of your order.
Mom, dad, grandma, or grandpa call Quintessence Photographic Art at (530) 363-0138 and make an appointment for a time on Friday, Sept. 9th, Saturday Sept. 10th, or Sunday Sept. 11th between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. I will try to give you a time that works with your schedule, as long as it’s available. The fee is $47 for the session (paid at the time the appointment is booked). Along with the session fee, you get a 5×7 print of your choice.
If desired, you may also email for a session appointment: gail@Qphotoart.com.
As mentioned above, 20% will be donated to the California State Railroad Museum to help pay to repaint the caboose!
These sessions will fill up quickly, so be sure to call today! Your little one will love it! (530) 363-0138
July 3rd, 2011
I photographed these fireworks on July 2nd, 2011. What a beautiful display over Cameron Lake. Let’s remember why we celebrate Independence Day. This is my first attempt at photographing fireworks, but not my last! Fireworks over Cameron Park Lake, CA