Aldergrove students offer Christmas portraits

Get professional quality family portraits done in time for Christmas at the local high school

Aldergrove residents can get professional quality family portraits done in time for Christmas at the local high school.

The photography students have acquired professional photography studio equipment and lighting in time for this festive season and want to share the joy with the community. The PAC at the school provided funding for the equipment and one parent has also provided the use of backdrops for the photo sessions.

For a donation to the photography and yearbook program at Aldergrove Community Secondary School (ACSS), individuals and families can get digital copies of their images, which they can then print out in a variety of media — photo paper, mugs, decorations, etc. — at the digital photo lab of their choice — or simply save the high-resolution digital images for emails or whatever.

The ACSS photo students are now booking appointments for Dec. 5-6 from 3:30-5:30 p.m., Dec. 10-11 and 14, from 3:30 to 7 p.m., and Dec. 18-19-20, from 3:30 to 6 p.m.

The senior photography students will take the images and edit them before they are sent to the photo subjects.

To book an appointment send an email to ACSSphotography@outlook.com.

The school is located at 26850 29th Ave.

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