Thursday, December 24, 2009

Happy Holidays from WNP!
From my family to yours, we wish you a happy and joyous holiday season.  Thanks for making photography so much fun with all the wonderful feedback and compliments.  We'll see you at the ball games in 2010!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

East Burke Women off to a great start!

The varisty Cavaliers took a commanding lead over Bunker Hill on Tuesday night to show that they are have what it takes in their new conference. The action below the net and around the court was intense as shown in the images I captured during the game. Be sure to check out the gallery.

**On a related note, we will be adjusting prices with the new year. If you are waiting to order something, you may want to go ahead and do so now with current pricing still in place til New Years Day.
Happy Holidays from Way New Photography!!

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Earlier time, same emotions!

The last games of the season against original county rivals East Burke & Freedom has come and gone but the emotional challenges were still as strong as ever.  The intensity from the sidelines, from where I was shooting, was intense.  The varsity girls of both teams played with a lot of heart, even though both teams have been struggling.  The mens game had the back and forth feel in the second half after a rough start for the Patriots early.  Be sure to check out the photos for all the action.
Also, remember, if you want items for Christmas, its not too late to order most things but you will have to select a higher shipping option.
Happy Holidays from WNP!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

It's Cyber Monday!  What a fantastic season Burke County Athletics had this fall!  To celebrate the many teams and young people, Way New Photography is having a 15-20% OFF SALE on all Fall 2009 photographic prints! Today is the last day for Nov. 30th.  This is on top of our already low prices.  If you order now, you should have everything in place to go under the tree in December!

This sale is for all Sports and Misc. Events for the Fall of 2009 season.  Print sizes included:  Wallets,  4x6, 5x7, 8x10 and Poster prints:  11x14, 16x20 and 20x24.

Where else can you get a 20x24" poster print for $25.50 or an 8x10" print for $6.50?   
Don't wait, Order now!  

*Prices have already been adjusted to reflect savings.
**Terms & Conditions: Offer is non-transferable and can only be used with Way New Photography's Main Gallery. No minimum is required.  Offer can only be applied to orders in the main gallery and for Fall 2009 Sports and Misc. Events.    This offer is only for photographic basic prints that are ordered through our website.  Discount does not apply for shipping and taxes.  This offer is not for custom posters or collages.  This offer cannot be combined with other offers or applied to previous orders. Void where prohibited by law. Offer expires at 11:59 pm. EST on Monday, November 30, 2009.

Monday, November 02, 2009

Bright leaves, Fall temps and Senior Portraits
We have updated our Senior Portrait information to include an option to get 35 edited images on CD so you can print what you need, when you need them.  This was a requested option and we are more than happy to offer it at this time.  As a bonus, we are including 2 8x10's as a part of that option as a way to say thank you!  No cost to you and we'll even pick the photos if you want us to.  Be sure to visit our Senior Portrait information page and book your portrait session today!

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Important and Exciting Information
Update: New Gallery Intro Video Available Now!  Click here.  We are very excited to bring you our new gallery site.  We have been listening to your requests are now able to offer you Photo Cropping, Frames & Matting, Seasonal, Graduation and Thank you Photo Cards.  Digital Download images are now available in the new gallery.  Just the right size for Myspace, Facebook or your mobile phone wallpaper or another option for rights for you to download and print your own as many times for personal use!

We understand that you may be comfortable with the old gallery so we are going to continue to utilize it on a more limited basis.  Beginning in the New Year, we will only be using the Older Gallery for small prints, (4x6's, 5x7's and 8x10's) for approx. 2 months after the event.  After that, you will have to order any prints from the new gallery.  All prints will always be available in the new gallery but some pricing may be higher than the limited gallery.  So, you will need to order within 60 days after any event to get the best price on the smaller prints.
Be sure to view a video tutorial on "Where Did My Favorites Go?"  Some people have expressed concerns about the new gallery and missing the favorites button.  If you can't wait, here is a HINT:  hover over the large image and select "add to collection".  You will have to setup a visitor account but then you will be able to save images to the collection and view and also share with others.
Finally, don't forget to book your Family, Senior, or other portrait sessions.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Who gave them the right to change it?

So, lets just jump into it. Who gave the fine folks in Atlanta, GA the right to change the one thing that I trusted other than my kids love? Who told them that something was wrong and how the heck did they come up with this idea?

I guess you are wondering what I am talking about, huh? No, I am not talking about Home Depot and their efforts to advertise without Tony Stewart. I really don't have a problem with Chick-fil-A right now, they have a fine products and rarely have changed it other than adding a mighty fine milk shake to their lineup. Yes, both these companies hail from Atlanta, but neither are as widely known as the corporation I have a beef with, sorry Chick-fil-a cows!!!

The fine, or they may be slipping from that post, people at the Coke Corporation have finally drawn one of their loyal customers out. Yes, I agree that I drink too many Diet Cokes on a daily basis and even more on the weekends. They have finally drawn first straw in their current mess up!! (Remember Coke Classic?) The people at Coke have decided that the general public has gotten too use to the 20oz bottle. They must feel that we can't decide that 20oz is enough. What they have done is given us 2 other choices that are no where in comparison to what we want!

First, there is this, what I call, the "Pony" 16 oz. bottle. First of all, after all these years of drinking 20 ozs, by the time I finish the 16oz, I am still thirsty. It does not fit in your drink cozies or drink holders in the car. Oh, ok, well it does fit, but when you slam on the breaks, since the bottle is so small, it takes off on its own flight pattern!

Then you have the 24 oz, why the heck am I drinking this, bottle. Ths bottle is so big, by the time you finish it, its too warm to swallow the last drops. It's so big that even though it fits in the drink cozy, it towers above to do it no thermal help what so ever!

I tried to help these "slim bottle" people understand my concerns. I visited their website to voice my displeasures but they do not have a place to even send in comments! They do have a suggestions form, but you have to sign a "Terms of Agreement" clause that is like declaring war!

To the people of Atlanta: Don't let the folks at the Coke Corporation bring you down. Tell them, let your voices be heard. Bring back our 20oz, handing fitting, thrist quenching bottles please!!! Until that time comes, I may have my coke, but probably not with a smile!