Black and White Auction Photo Project
"I had the best time getting to know the children – they are an adorable group and brought tons of personality into their pictures!"
If you haven't heard from your child, for nine days the mini gym was converted into a working photo studio, complete with a seamless backdrop, music and wind machine! Dani Steele, Hunter parent and professional advertising photographer, together with her assistant, Woohnwa Paik, worked during school hours to digitally photograph all 321 of our kids! A team of Hunter parents was put together to coordinate the auction photo project from production to editing to the final print.
We know you will love these one of a kind, 11” x 14” archival fine art prints that capture the essence of your child, so you will have the chance to purchase additional prints and/or copies of prints for family, friends, and one for the office!
*** IMPORTANT UPDATE AS OF FEBRUARY 22, 2009 ***
We have BIG NEWS to announce about our Black and White Auction Photo Project! YOU GET TO CHOOSE YOUR OWN PHOTOS and order as many as you like ... in however many poses you like!
Thanks to Francesca Bacon, we have our own private website to view all of the amazing photographs taken by Dani Steele:
Please be aware that this website is password protected – you should have already or will shortly receive further instructions regarding the user name and password required to access the photos. The photos are categorized by classroom teacher. Simply click on your class and scroll through the pages until you see your child's photos. You may click on the photos themselves to enlarge the images. Please make a note of the photo’s DSCF number(s) that you'd like to order. Once you have indicated the number of photos you would like to order on this page (see below), you will then have the opportunity as part of the order confirmation process to indicate how many of each photo you would like to order.
Please choose your photographs and place your online order!
Due to technical difficulties, please note that "first print" and "additional prints" appear out of sequence in the order form below...