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Say Cheese – Customer Photo Shoot Recap!

Jun 24, 2014

This past Sunday, Samuelson’s Diamonds invited three pairs of engagement/wedding bands customers to take part in a photo shoot. We spent the day snapping photos of the couples in various neighborhoods and iconic landmarks in downtown Baltimore, and the shoot was a total success.

Recently engaged couple, Zvi & Hilary met us at the Canton Waterfront Park where we took some great photos of them strolling along the pier and admiring the beautiful Baltimore scenery.

 

Zvi & Hilary in Canton

Zvi & Hilary in Canton

Next we headed over to Fells Point to meet up with Mike & Jessie, who are getting married in the fall.  They were so exciting to be a part of the photo shoot and it was good practice – their engagement photos are coming up soon. The photos outside of the Bond Street Wharf building and the shots overlooking the Domino Sugar sign turned out incredible.

Jessie & Mike in Fells Point

Mike & Jessie in Fells Point

Our last shoot of the day was with recently married couple Bobby & Shannon. They met us a top Federal Hill Park for some photos with that iconic view in the background, and traveled with us to our showroom to get some pictures with our sales associate, Cara.

Bobby & Shannon in Federal Hill

Bobby & Shannon in Federal Hill

We had a blast, and it looks like our couples did, too! Tweets

Big thank you to all the couples who took part in the photo shoot and to our photographer, Mike Scrivener, our videographer Giancarlo Curzi, and our makeup artist, Amanda Schuster. We can’t wait for everyone to see the photos as we begin to roll them out in our digital and print marketing efforts.

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