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Mother's Day

Mini Portrait Sessions

Saturday, May 11 & Sunday, May 12

30 minute outdoor sessions in Manchester-by-the-sea


To sign up, email Terri here and indicate your first and second choices for the time slot you would like.


The time slots are: 






Can't make these dates? Email Terri to 

 Order a Gift Certificate 

for a full session instead!


Book the shoot by emailing or calling Terri with the time slot (s) you would like and how many people are in the portrait. 

Payment: A credit card is required to book the shoot.  Nothing will be charged until the day of the shoot. You may also chose to pay by personal check to 'Terri Unger' or via Venmo instead of your credit card.  CC number can be given over the phone. 

Wardrobe: Think in advance about how your wardrobe works with other members of the family. In general, simple is best. There will not be time for wardrobe changes. 


Cancellation: Should you cancel less than 24 hours in advance of your session, your credit card will be charged for half the session fee. No show's will be charged full price. 

Post-shoot: Terri will send your proofs in a dropbox file within one week of your session. After you receive the proofs, you will email Terri your choices for final digital files and prints. 

Mini sessions is a special promotion for Mother's day only.  

Full portrait sessions are available all year long; contact Terri for details and rates!

Gift certificates: You may purchase a gift certificate for any amount towards any type of portrait shoot, digital files or prints. Email or call Terri.  She'll take your payment and send you a gift card in the mail. 

Raindate: A rain date (s) will be scheduled if needed. 

Session fees:

1-3 people $100

4-6 people $150

7+ people not offered

Portraits include:

3 high resolution retouched digital files

1 8x10 print

Additional products can be purchased, including: 

Prints in various sizes (8x10 for example: $18)

Retouched digital files $40 each

All proofs from the shoot (not retouched) $75

Terri Unger, Portrait of Humanity, Sibli
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