Picture Party People Reveals Newest Trend in Portrait Photography

Share Article

New Web site introduces home picture parties, an innovative way to celebrate life's precious moments.

Even the camera shy are celebrating the latest craze in portrait photography -- home picture parties. These events are the perfect excuse to catch up with friends and family while also capturing wonderful memories on film.

Picture Party People (http://www.picturepartypeople.com) spotlights this trend through its new Web site, which not only provides photographers with information about adding home picture parties to their services but also helps interested clients find qualified photographers in their area.

"Picture parties are such a fun way to share my art with clients -- who wouldn't love socializing with friends while earning free portraits?" says Cindy Bracken, creator of Picture Party People. "Mothers especially love them because they are so much more convenient than rounding up the family and booking time at a studio."

Similar to other home parties, picture parties allow hosts to invite guests over for food, laughter and great conversation. Instead of buying catalogued products, though, guests will have the chance to purchase professional photographs taken in the comfort of the host's home, where a photographer will set up his or her studio and provide short photo sessions. The host will earn free or discounted portraits when the guests make their purchases.

Picture Party People suggests many different occasions and themes for portrait parties, including holidays, graduation, bachelorette, "Sunday Best," "Get to know your Neighbor" and many more.

Each photography studio is individually owned and operated. For more details about home picture parties, please visit http://www.picturepartypeople.com.

About Picture Party People

Picture Party People (http://www.picturepartypeople.com) was created in 2005 to give established photographers a community for learning about home picture parties and networking with potential clients. The Web site is the brainchild of photographer Cindy Bracken, whose first site, Shuttermom, has been successful with other photographers since summer 2004.

Media Contact:

Cindy Bracken



# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Cindy Bracken
Visit website