“OpLove” is a charity organization of professional photographers that have joined together to offer military Men and Women FREE photography sessions with their families. Military families are eligible for two sessions per year per deployment.
If your loved one is about to be deployed, is deployed, or will be returning soon…
- Clients are allowed 2 sessions per year/deployment. Here are the session options:
a) Pre-deployment session with service person and family
b) Leaving session at the time of the actual departure
c) Mid-deployment session with the family while service person is deployed
d) R&R session done when service person is home for R&R
e) Homecoming session at the actual time of arrival
The pre or post deployment session is done either before or after the military member departs on their deployment. This session is conducted with a patriotic theme using your family members uniform items, dog tags, American Flag, or anything patriotic that you wish to have captured. Out of this session a 4x6 album with up to 25 images will be designed and mailed directly to the deployed location by me.
The homecoming session is done, as it says, upon their homecoming. I know how the military works, hurry up and wait. So it wouldn't suprise me if return dates changed, frequently. This makes it extremely difficult to attend, although I will always make the best effort. If for some reason I am not able to attend, I will do my best to contact another OpLove photographer to attend. If I am unable, the session will still be conducted, just as a family session. From this you will be able to choose your favorite image in a mounted 8x10.
You may also visit Operation: Love ReUnited for more information.
Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
I extend an additional 15% discount to all families to purchase additional prints from these photo sessions.
I also offer 15% Military discount off regular sessions/print products.
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