12.18.2009

Christmas Giveaway!


If you're a fan, a follower, or a friend of Fife Photography, you know how much we love photos. And we love our clients. To reward you, we have a special gift.

This Christmas we are giving away:

Portrait Session Fee valued at $175.

If you win, you can use this for yourself, or gift it to someone else you think would love a portrait session from Fife Photography. This can apply to High School Seniors, Newborns, Children, or Family Portraits. We are located in Norman, Oklahoma, so for this prize you'd have to either be here or somewhere we will be traveling to in the very near future (Michigan, Upstate NY, San Jose CA).

Don't live in OK? For our fun friends who live too far away to come see us, we have another part of this giveaway:

$15 itunes Giftcard!


Yep, we are a big fan of music, and want to let you rock out to some of your favorite tunes.

So to enter this giveaway, leave a comment on the blog (fifephotography.blogspot.com) with your favorite christmas memory, and which giveaway you want to get (or just say both).

Getting additional entries:
If you blog about it come back and post the link. You can talk about it on any social networking service (put a link to this post!) -- just come back and tell us where you posted. You can have as many entries as places you post, you just have to come back and tell us (with a link when appropriate).

Giveaway ends 12 midnight Christmas Eve. Winners will be announced Christmas morning. If winners don't respond within 72 hours we'll draw new names.

Our gift to you, two wonderful this in this world: images and music. Merry Christmas.

21 comments:

Nathan said...

My favorite memory from Christmas is getting to see my sister, who I believed was still in Afghanistan due to her Civilian job for the National Guard. She is the most important person to me in my life, so it meant to world. I would absolutely LOVE to get a portrait session with either of you!

John Benac said...

I was just thinking today about our Christmas in Taiwan together- the nativity pagent and the strange yet endearing energy of the holidays in a foreign place. That was a beautiful time in life, wasn't it? Whether or not I win, I've been remembering that time with great nostalgia lately.

I miss you and I'll always be so grateful for all you taught me. Merry Christmas amber.

Oh- but if we do win, both are of interest. Maybe it would be a great excuse to finally come and visit!

John Benac said...

Whoops, I hope you guessed that this is really Mamie...

HollySteffen said...

BOTH (but i really love to MEET you and have you take some photos!)

my favorite christmas memory nowasays is the stable my grandpa made me to hold my manger scene. it is made from wood covered with tree bark. every piece carefully hand picked. every nail carefully hammered. he was my best friend and passed away in 2001. i cherish it and look forward to every year when i can display it for a few [short] weeks.

thanks for doing this giveaway! someone is going to be so lucky this christmas! :)

Aria Clawson said...

giftcard. i don't need yet another example of how great your photography is ;)! anywho, i have two favorite memories. the first one is when we were all at home(as kids), and we took that picture, of myke having genn on his chest, you on his arms, brandon on his legs, and me putting my hand on his mouth. the picture of this was so hilarious! i especially adored mykes expression, with eyes practically out of his head!!! my second was about 3 years ago, when you guys and genn people came to ny for christmas. we all held niko throughout the day. when we opened stockings, we found out the genders of sam and corban. you had those little cards that genn had the doctors fill out. and we all opened presents, and laughed. i don't remember the presents as much, just the love and happiness that we all shared. man, i just got something in my eye. must be the christmas spirit :`) (smiling crying face). i love you guys, and can't wait to see you. happy holidays!!! <3

The Johnson Family said...

Can your favorite "memory" of Christmas technically be a Christmas that hasn't happened yet? This year has been so fun for me, watching how excited my wife has been(she's more excited then the kids), buying presents for our children, Zac 3, and Ava 2. They don't understand it all yet, but they love the lights, the tree, the snow, and we've been singing Christmas songs every night before they go to bed. Best Christmas ever!

Kayleigh said...

My favorite christmas memory would be acting out the Nativity on video and then sending it to my grandparents that were on a mission!

I posted on facebook http://www.facebook.com/kferrell6?ref=profile

Myspace http://www.myspace.com/kayleight

I emailed everyone in my contacts

The Johnson Family said...

Oh, sorry. If you pass through Chicago on your way from Nauvoo to MI we'd love to see you! We'd love some pictures!

Kayleigh said...

I want both!

Debra Darling said...

My favorite Christmas memory would have to be just last year: Sophie's first time participating in Christmas. It was wonderful watching her walk into the room, seeing some gifts and enjoying her spills.

We love you guys...Merry Christmas

Jennifer said...

Giftcard. I have so many great Christmas memories. One of my favorite was this one Christmas when I was younger. We children decided to save all our pennies and give it to mom for Christmas to give to the children in a 3rd world country or someone more in need. I remember when she opened the shoe box that Christmas morning, read our card and started to cry. That is an image I will never forget.

Kyle and Jessy Erickson said...

My favorite Christmas present that I was received happened when I was in junior high. My grandma gave me a phone book for Christmas. I thought she was losing it, and said, "Um, thanks for the phone book, Grandma." She said, "Open it and look under C." I did and found Chunn, Jessica with a phone number by it that was different than my family line. I looked up slightly confused and she said, "I got you your own phone line. Now you don't have to fight your brothers for it." It was an awesome present that really changed my life for the better:) Plus, I loved the delivery.
PS If I won, I would find a way to get the photos:) Miss you and love you!

Kyle and Jessy Erickson said...

Oh, and take out the was in the first sentence. Sorry I didn't edit that:)

Lisa said...

My favorite Christmas memory is from last year. My husband is in the Navy so we are stationed here in Oklahoma. Most of both of our familes live in New Hampshire. We have a 7 year old son and a 9 year old daughter. Last year my husbands parents came in to Oklahoma on Christmas Eve. The kids had no idea. On Christmas morning they came out to the living room to find their Grammy and Grandpa sitting under the tree! Dustin and Amber I would love a photo session with either of you! What a great contest. :)

Lisa said...

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?ref=profile&id=594477915


I posted it here on facebook!!!

Bailey's said...

Both! This is a "new tradition" for our family but I love it. For a couple of years, we wake up EARLY on Christmas Eve, put the kids in their xmas pj's and drive to Krispy Kreme and buy ten dozen donuts....and have them split some into half dozen boxes. Then we buy the half gallons of chocolate milk and drive to all our good friends and wake them up with donuts and milk!

Anne said...

We'll just say giftcard since you would need a really amazing zoom to take our picture from OK.

My favorite memory is kind of an odd one. When I was a senior in high school my dad and I made the long (12 hour) drive down to Chicago from my small town in Minnesota in order to attend our family Christmas party at my uncle's house. On the 23rd we received a phone call from my mom telling me that my 5th grade teacher, Mrs. D., had passed away unexpectedly after suffering a brain aneurysm. I had always been very close to Mrs. D. and she was very influential in my life. My dad recognized the importance of this so after dinner on Christmas Eve we packed up the car and drove all night back to Minnesota so I would be able to attend the funeral on the 26th. Not only did this demonstrate my dad's love and willingness to do just about anything for his little girl but we also had a lot of really good talks during that long overnight drive. I felt I really came to know my father that night and for that, it will always be one of my favorite Christmas memories.

Anne said...

It's on my blog as well - http://grenzie.blogspot.com/2009/12/favorite-christmas-memory.html

Tim said...

I don't have one particular favorite memory of Christmas but a culmination of things that make Christmas special to me. Some of the things are baking and frosting sugar cookies, sitting by the fire and drinking wassel, caroling, singing Christmas songs with my family, turning off all the lights except the ones on the Christmas tree and enjoying the warm glow and ambiance of the tree and trying to create all these wonderful memories with my husband and children. - Rachel Willie

Ambre said...

My favorite Christmas memory was the first Christmas that David and I had together. We had just been seeing each other for a few months, but David gave me a stocking filled with specific items just for me. They weren't generic little things. They were things that I liked and used. He had been paying attention to all those little things. I had never had anyone that cared to make note of things that made me me. He did that for me and that is part of how I knew that he was going to be someone very special in my life. I still have that stocking. Plain and simple it is, but it was the start of us...

Ambre said...

I forgot to put both contests and I also posted on facebook. I don't know if that counts, but at least I tried.