Conuma Christmas Parties

Hello:

If you are here because you are looking for your photo from the Conuma Christmas Party, you are in the right place.

If you want a copy of your photo with the Conuma logo and black oval, they are available for download for free. Skip down if you want a version without this.

You can find them here:

Chetwynd November 30

Tumbler Ridge December 1

Chetwynd December 7

Tumbler December 8

Tumbler Children, December 9

Chetwynd Children December 16 

If you are looking for a copy without the Conuma borders, links are below. You can purchase the file as digital download, or you can purchase small prints as well. If you wanted something different (on a mug, larger print size), just send me an email and we’ll see what we can do. There is an Eye For Detail Logo on the online proofs, but that will not appear on the final image.

Chetwynd Party 1

Chetwynd Party 2

Chetwynd Kids

Tumbler Party 1

Tumbler Party 2

Tumbler Kids

 

Welcome to Eye For Detail Photography!

Welcome to the home of Eye for Detail Photography on the web.

We are a small, professional photography company that dreams big. We are located in Tumbler Ridge British Columbia but serve the Peace region, including Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Chetwynd, Hudson’s Hope, Prince George and into Alberta, shooting weddings as far away as Edmonton and Calgary, but generally focusing on the Grande Prairie area. If you’re looking for creative, unique images, look no further.

Here you can find out more about us, look at some of photographs, and generally interact with us. Feel free to look around and make comments. We appreciate your feedback, especially when we spell something wrong.

We take pictures of people, focusing on portraits and wedding. To find out more about us, visit the About us page.

If you are interested in booking us for your wedding,  graduation or portrait session, you can call us at 250-219-8215 or send us an email.

Go to the Contact Us page for more information on how to get in contact with us.

From Instagram

From Instagram
I was going back and realized that, while not an inveterate selfie taker, I do have some shots of me that aren't, you know, bad. Mostly they are like this: back to the camera and off in the near distance to provide a sense of scale or as random figure. I was going to gather them all together and do a series, but this was the only one I managed to collect and export before forgetting all about it. It might be the last, too. Or not. This is me at Waterton Lakes National Park at Sunset.