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Just bring your smiles and leave the rest to Pinar…
Alpina Photography is a Calgary based portrait studio, specializing in newborn, family and kids photography.
On-location sessions can be booked for an indoor or outdoor venue of your choice.
Just bring your smiles, be yourself and leave the rest to Pinar.
UPDATE ON COVID-19
With Alberta’s gradual reopening, Alpina Photography resumes studio sessions, following safety guidelines released by Alberta Health and provincial authorities. We will continue booking outdoor photo sessions for your family adhering to “social distancing”.
Currently available sessions are:
If any clients with upcoming appointments are feeling unwell, have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 or have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days we would ask that you please contact us to reschedule your appointment to a later date.
HOME SWEET HOME SESSIONS
Alpina Photography has launched a new photography offering for those who just bought their new home or completed a big renovation and want to celebrate it with a fun photo session in front of the new home. We are also offering this in the form of a gift certificate for your friends, family or real estate clients! For more information, go to home sweet home page
In celebration of the gradual reopening of Alberta after a 2-month lock-down, Alpina Photography ran a giveaway contest on May 4-6 on Instagram and Facebook. Two lucky Calgarians each won a 1hr photography session and 15 high resolution digital images with professional retouching. $500 value each.
Congratulations Courtney and Matthew!
Courtney’s choice is an outdoor family session.
Matthew is a personal trainer and he would like a professional portrait to reflect his business.
We are in this together! We are all happy with the first steps taken towards getting our economy back on track, but we will continue practicing social distancing and protect our families until we make this virus a history.
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I always found hot air balloons fascinating. The big deep baskets that Home Sense sells just gave me a great idea and I decided to make a hot air balloon photo prop. I sew sand bags from canvas and filled them with styrofoam beans and attach them to the basket. The...read more