October 7, 2019, Commack, NY– Tamron USA announced that the company is an official Imaging Alliance Portraits of Love studio for the second year and will provide free family portraits for Long Island’s first responders. The Imaging Alliance Portraits of Love Project is the imaging industry’s way of giving back with gratitude to the police, firefighters, first responders and service members and their families who selflessly protect and serve our local communities. Tamron USA’s professional photographer will photograph families by appointment on November 5th and 6th at its Commack, NY headquarters.
Tamron, an Imaging Alliance member company, is excited to create beautiful family portraits of our community’s first responders including police, firefighters, and military with Tamron’s professional photographer Paola Ponchielli of Paola Photo. Sessions are limited to reserved 15-minute slots from 3 pm to 8 pm on Tuesday, November 5th and Wednesday, November 6th and are available on a first-come first-serve basis. Families will receive by email a digital file of your family portraits for you to print for your home or holiday greeting card and to distribute to your friends and family through social media, text and email, as well as a 5×7 print.
Reserve sessions at: https://tamron-usa.ticketleap.com/portraits-of-love-2019/
About Portraits of Love
“Launched in 2009 by the PhotoImaging Manufacturers & Distributors Association as a program to send military family portraits to deployed soldiers, now branded under The Imaging Alliance “Portraits of Love” will give back to the community by providing joy to build strength and create forever lasting memories.
The Imaging Alliance along with its member companies will take the liberty of assigning professional photographers throughout the country, where studio spaces will be set up to hold photo shoots for active military families. The partnership created with the USO over the last six years has allowed the Portraits of Love project to reach even more wonderful military families.
In 2017, The Imaging Alliance welcomed retail members which will now foster the growth of the program by hosting families in their stores that provide all the resources needed to deliver the highest standard of service. Families will receive free prints either onsite or post-shoot along with full rights to their photos taken by incredibly talented photographers.
The Imaging Alliance Portraits of Love Project is the imaging industry’s way of giving back with gratitude to the service members and their families who defend our country each and every day. We wish to thank all the enthusiastic Imaging Alliance members, USO teams and volunteers as well as the passionate photographers who volunteer their time and talent in support of this program.
The Imaging Alliance “Portraits of Love” program is pleased to extend its outreach to our community’s police, firefighter and first responder service members and their families as a token of our appreciation for their dedication. Throughout the month of November, The Imaging Alliance retail and manufacturer members will take the liberty of assigning professional photographers to their location where photo stations will be set up and families will be invited to have their portraits taken. Each family that registers will receive a personal photo shoot and full rights to their images taken by incredibly talented photographers.