Village Players is hosting a day of fundraising and head shots! For a minimum donation of $25, participants receive a fifteen-minute session and 1-5 edited photos from photographer Tracy Moser. Edited files will be ready by May 1st. 100% of proceeds benefit the Village Players of Fort Thomas.
Please click through to the Sign-Up Genius to reserve your time.
Date: 04/10/2021 (Sat.)
Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm EDT (15-minute increments)
Clothing changes are allowed and there is space to change on-site, but simple is best in order to maximize time. Some tips from the photographer for getting a great shot:
Wear what you feel good in, but remember that dark colors look richer and nicer on camera and layers are a great way to add interest.
It’s best to avoid busy or strong patterns, shimmer, graphics, too many accessories, ill-fitting items, or turtlenecks or very low-cut tops.
Make-up is best kept simple, though light contouring can enhance a photo if done correctly.
Hair pulled back can create the appearance of baldness on camera.
In general, it’s best to look like yourself!
Tracy welcomes examples if you have an idea of something you’d like to try to recreate. Do some Googling!
Please arrive fifteen minutes prior to your scheduled session, but don’t enter the building until that time so that we can minimize social contact (you know how unprecedented these times are!) Come in through the front doors on the street-level to sign in.
Credit cards and cash are both accepted, or you can pre-pay online using the donation link below. You can also join Village Players as a member prior to your appointment if you would like; membership forms will be on hand.
About the photographer: Tracy Moser is an amateur photographer in the Northern KY/Greater Cincinnati area. For the past several years, Tracy has worked closely with local theaters, primarily the Village Players of Fort Thomas, to capture live performance photos as well as actor and crew headshots. She also has experience in family, engagement, weddings, and much more (though her cats get the most time in front of her camera). After all of the distancing orders over the past year, Tracy is anxious to get back to taking photos again.
Village Players is grateful to Tracy for donating her time and talent, and to our community for helping us create and thrive this past year. We’re excited to offer this opportunity to local artists and to welcome you into our building once again!