- Standard Family Photo Products – Prints, books, calendars
- Less than standard photo products – mugs, t-shirts, mouse pads, magnets
But if you want to get creative, this out side of the box:
- A year in photos – hire a family photographer to meet you multuple times throughout the year. Best way to create albums and calendars for gifts and keepsakes
- Grand Parents photo session – instead of just giving pictures to them, have the grandparents be part of the photographs.
- Photography lesson – lots of great online places or you can ask a photographer for a private lesson (I charge $175 for three hours). Great idea for the parent with a new camera
- Large Canvas print – really want to blow your inlaw’s mind? Get them a +24″ canvas print. They will not stop talking about it.
- Card player in the family? Get a customized deck of cards
- Photo Apron – for the cook in the family
- Personal Paparazzi – set up a night complete with dinner and elegance. Have a photographer follow you around to capture your version of celebrity.
- Guided Photo tours – part photo lesson and part tour of your area. Learn where local pros get their shots.
- Boudoir session – not my specialty but there are a good number of photographers that can help you capture that special look for someone special
(Then there is the Bordeaux session – where we drink a lot of wine and take pictures that range from elegant to buzzed to silly. That I can do.)