“Help Portrait” Free Professional Portrait Day | SF & Berkeley
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Glide | 330 Ellis Street, San Francisco
Help-Portrait is an annual global event during which photographers, videographers, makeup artists and other professionals worldwide work with nonprofits and community organizations to photograph individuals and families who wouldn’t normally have access to professional family photos and print them out so they have something to show their friends and families.
Do you need a free portrait? Here’s a test… if can afford an iPhone, this event probably isn’t for you. The free portraits are meant for those living under the poverty line who are truly in need so that during Christmas time they can get a professional family portrait done free and clear.
2012 Help-Portrait Bay Area Locations
Saturday, December 8, 2012
- Glide Memorial Church – 7am – 5pm
330 Ellis Street, San Francisco
- Holy Trinity - 8:30am – 4pm
999 Brotherhood Way, San Francisco
- BayView Opera House - 9am – 6pm
4705 3rd Street, San Francisco
- Berkeley Food & Housing Project - 9am – 4pm
2362 Bancroft Way, Berkeley
Help-Portrait is a movement among photographers doing portraits of people that aren’t able to afford traditional avenues of family portraiture. This could be single mothers, orphans, the lonely, the sick, people in 3rd World Countries, your Neighbor, the homeless.
Links: Event detailsCost: FREE
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