Well, the poll for the best holiday portrait location in the greater Seattle area ended on Wednesday and it was a tie up until the last minute. But, we ended up with a winner. Niesha’s idea of the pumpkin patch won. Congratulations to Niesha! Just as a reminder, for submitting the winning idea, Niesha wins a complimentary mini-session that includes a 30-minute portrait session at a pumpkin patch, an online gallery of images available for two weeks, an 8×10 print of her choice and an electronic image of her choice that she can use for her holiday cards.
Check back in tomorrow when I will announce the winner of the random drawing. That’s right, I will be selecting at random a name from the pool of people that voted (and submitted a comment to confirm their vote). This person will win the same prize as Niesha.
And for those of you that want to see how the votes played out, here are the details:
Now, it’s your turn to vote on which of the ideas you think would provide the best setting for holiday portraits. The person that submitted the idea that gets the most votes will win a complimentary holiday mini-session which includes a 30 minute portrait session at the winning location, an online proofing gallery available for two weeks following the session, an 8×10 print, and one digital image that may be used to make your holiday photo cards.
And, there’s something else. I will also select a random winner from all the people that vote and they will also receive a complimentary holiday mini-session as described above. But here’s the deal. The only way I will know you voted is if you also leave a comment. Unfortunately, the software I’m using to run the poll does not collect any information regarding who is voting. So, be sure to leave a comment to let me know that you voted so that I can include your name in the random drawing for a winner.
So what are you waiting for. Let the voting begin!