After a full day of practice on Day 1, I knew what I was up against with the harsh sun and limited ability to angle people the way I needed to. Most of Day 2 included fellow mask-sewers I’d only met online and finally got to meet in person. What a great day!!
We’re back to check in on you. How are you coping? Are you keeping busy and getting some sunshine?
We’re a little late to the Front Porch Project game because we’ve been using every spare minute to make masks for those in need. Now that we’ve had a few requests for front porch portraits, we’re here with cameras ready!
We’ve got rain all week but this Sunday, May 3, is supposed to be gorgeous. So we’re making a day of it!
We’ll spend 5-10 minutes across the lawn from you and your household, creating portraits to remember this time. You’ll receive the digital images at no charge within a few days of the shoot and may use them however you choose.
One rule: No shopping for outfits or props. Come as you are. Even if you’re in your PJs.
If you would like to make a donation to a charity in exchange for our services, please consider donating to Sewing Face Masks – Farmington Valley CT to help purchase supplies to make masks for essential workers in need. As a group, we’ve made over 15,000 masks! So many more are still needed.
If you’re interested in having a front porch portrait session, let us know by Friday at 5PM. Include your address in your message to us. We’ll then plan out our route and send you a time frame for your portrait session on Sunday. If there are any times that don’t work for you and your family, let us know and we’ll do our best to work around it.