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GO FLAMES GO!

I am a huge Flames fan.  I have been for decades now.  When I was young, I used to get the paper and cut out the pictures and teeny, tiny scores from all the games and put them in my Flames scrapbook.    So of course, like most Calgarians, I am…

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Corporate Special – All Month Long

Gone are the days of the stiff faces and mahogany desks!  Our corporate images are polished, fresh, chic and fun! All month long, enjoy our Corporate Special –  in April, you will receive twice as many images as our Corporate Base Package Your Corporate Session includes: 25-30 minute photo-shoot 20…

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Mother’s Day Special

Our Mother’s Day sessions are here! We know there are so many priceless moments along the road of motherhood. From the frenetic first few years of wonderment … of worry, of love so intense that it makes you ache. The years pass, the relationships shift and shape … from adolescence,…

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Share the Love – All February Long

We want to make February the month for LOVE – Celebrating love of all kinds ♥ And we want to share the LOVE with you the whole month long.  Visual Hues Photography is excited to announce that for the WHOLE month of February, when you book a custom session –…

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Petite Session Special – January 25th

The weekend is going to be sooooo gorgeous, we are excited to do a last minute special for 30 minute Petite Sessions. There is limited availability as we want to enjoy the sunshine ourselves!! Date: Sunday, January 25th Location: Currie Barracks — we’ve chosen this location as there are a…

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Share.The.Love ♥ 2-for-1 Photo sessions

SHARE.The.LOVE  2 for 1 Photo Sessions For the first time last year we offered our Share the Love sessions and we had SUCH a great response that we want to do it all over again. After all, it’s the time of year that sometimes needs a little sunshine and warmth! So…

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Chasing Chaos – by Jessica Alexander

It was during one of our days off, that Jess came over to our little bungalow, part of the larger compound we all lived in after the earthquake and asked if I had a few minutes. She explained that she’d started working on a bare-bones manuscript to tell the story…

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