ultra-spective photgraphy is “Calling Class of 2012 High School Seniors…”
The artists at ultra-spective photography need you! We are excited to embark upon “From Endings to New Beginnings – Class of 2012” – an extensive community fundraising art project celebrating the diversity and depth of the 2012 Graduating Class.
ultra-spective photography is looking for participants
to be photographed for this fundraising project!
Class of 2012 High School Seniors – What are your dreams, hopes and goals?
ultra-spective’s photographic essay explores who you are and who you seek to become!
All Class of 2012 high school seniors in the bay area are encouraged to participate for free. We will be focusing on capturing your diversity, interests, talents and personality while we explore the world of graduating students through photography. You will receive a complimentary 30 minute creative portrait session and a 5” mini fine art print. The book will be available as an optional purchase in Spring 2012. There is no cost to participate. All participants (or their parents, if minors) will be required to sign a model release to be included in the book.
Don’t delay! There are a limited number of openings available on a first come, first served basis until full. To participate, call ultra-spective at 925-449-9879 to reserve your appointment for your photoshoot.
Visit ultra-spective’s blog to fing out more: ultra-spective blog - Class of 2012
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