We just finished delivering a Bat Mitzvah Portrait that was mounted on a black acrylic board behind a clear piece of acrylic to protect the photograph and will be used at the Bat Mitzvah reception party as the sign-in board.
Here are the details and information for Buller Photography's Bat/Bar Mitzvah Portrait & Sign In Board. This product also works well for Sweet 16 Parties and Quinceañera's.
THE PORTRAIT - Bat/Bar Mitzvah Portrait Session (one location and one printed portrait enlargement to be used on sign-in board). This package includes one (1) 20" x 30" color portrait printed to be used on the sign-in board, and one (1) digital hi-resolution jpeg image "head shot" in B/W for use in publication announcements.
THE ACRYLIC SIGN-IN BOARD - An acrylic sign-in board w/ a 5" border around the 20" x 30" Bar/Bat Mitzvah portrait photograph (the photograph is protected by a clear piece of acrylic). The acrylic sign-in board comes in 4 colors - Black, White, Red, and Blue. And includes a black aluminum frame. The acrylic sign-in board comes with a paint pen.
If you would like to order a Bat / Bar Mitzvah Portrait & Sign-in Board (or same but for a Sweet 16 or Quinceañera), simply contact Buller Photography at 281-375-5377 or via the contact form.
Buller Photography is offering a mobile app of your photography session. Show off your engagement portrait session, wedding event or whatever photography session we do for you on your iPhone or Android.
Currently, the app can handle up to 30 to 50 images and is a very cool way to have your photo memories on your phone.
Contact Buller Photography to inquire on any past photo session that you would like an app. Also, we are as incentives and thank you's, we are giving "light" versions of the app (6 to 10 images) with each session, with upgrade to a premium version of app with 30 to 40 images for only $50 extra.
To see for yourself what the app looks like on your phone, here are two links to try out.
Kate and Bob are getting married on October 20, 2012. They choose to have their engagement photos taken out in Pattison, Texas on the old homestead of Bob's grandfather and great-grandfather. The big old barn was built by Bob's grandfather, Wesley S. Buller, Jr., after he returned from Europe after WWII. And in the background of several photos is the house where Bob's great-grandfather's, Wesley S. Buller, Sr. lived.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE--
Buller Photography Featured in FOTOFEST KATY 2012
Come see the Katy area through the eyes of the area's best photographers! Katy Culture & Arts Alliance (KCAA) is hosting the first biennial of photography in Katy, Texas. These exhibitions are part of the Fourteenth International Biennial of Photography - FOTOFEST® 2012 with 120 exhibitions in the Houston area. FOTOFEST KATY 2012 will hold 11 area exhibitions running from Friday, March 23 through April 29th.
Twenty-five Katy-area photographers are featured including Sandy Buller, Janet Buller, Ken Osborne, Fatima Donaldson, Debi Beauregard, Paola Isola,Kelly Richards, Nell Bednarz, Deeya Maple, Sarah Hubbell, Dolores Parks, Marguerite Baldwin, Tom Haymes, Mark Linder, Sundaresh Ramanathan, Christopher Lee, Ronnie Conlin, Ray Salazar, Craig Moseley, and Kevin Douglas West.
The exhibit venues include four locations at Villagio Town Center (22756 Westheimer Pkwy. at Peek)--V The Gallery, Babaloo International Cafe & Bar, Treehouse Mexican Baja Grill, and Simply Divine Interiors; Tradition Bank - Pin Oak, Grand Pkwy, Fry Rd. locations; Hilton Garden Inn - Katy Mills; Salt & Pepper Restaurant; Kenzo Sushi Bistro; and MKT Depot Museum & Visitors Center.
Join us for the opening featuring Sandy and Janet Buller's photography -- Friday, March 30 from 6 to 9 pm at V the Gallery. Janet Buller's photos are about capturing a moment of truth. She likes the element of surprise and exploring different perspectives, rhythms and balance in a lighthearted yet focused manner. Sandy describes his work as "capturing the mundane often overlooked objects and life scenes" and finding "a hidden gem within a split second of time that can be immortalized through photography."
Other openings include Thursday, April 12 at 6pm at Tradition Bank on Grand Parkway and Thursday, April 12 at 7pm at Kenzo Sushi Bistro. (One of Janet Buller's images is also on display at Tradition Bank on Grand Parkway.)
In 1986, FotoFest created the first international biennial of photography and photo-related Art in the United States. FotoFest is an international non-profit photographic arts and education organization based in Houston, Texas. Their purpose is to promote the exchange of art and ideas through international programs and the presentation of photographic art. Their programs work globally and locally, bringing together an international vision of art and cross-cultural exchange with a commitment to community involvement and the enrichment of Houston's cultural resources.
For more information about FOTOFEST Katy, including a brochure showing all the exhibitions, visit http://katyalliance.com/fotofest.html
For information about FotoFest, visit http://2012biennial.fotofest.org
For more information about Janet and Sandy's work, visit Buller Photography's Gallery: www.buller-photography.com/