What to Expect at Convocation - University of Manitoba

March 22, 2019 Kristal 0 Comments

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The time has finally come to officially graduate! You've waited four (or more) years for this big moment and we can't wait to capture it for you. Here's what you can expect from us during convocation week in June:

1. We take two photos during the ceremony

We'll snap one photo on-stage and another off-stage, proudly displaying your degree!
Cost: No sitting fee required

How to register: You can opt-in to receive emails from us when you reserve your regalia for the ceremony. Not to worry if you missed this we can still send you your previews. Just get in touch with our customer service team here.

How to order: After convocation, we'll send a link to access your online gallery within about a week. We sell both digital and printed images, with most orders starting around $50.

2. Want more photos? You can sign up to do a mini session called "4-Pose"

These sessions are the mini version of what we do at our main studio. You'll take 4 unique poses in your cap and gown with both our library and composite backgrounds. You can also take a photo with your family or friends. Students love this option, since everyone will be together for the ceremony anyway! Here are some examples of our 4-pose photos:

Cost: $60 deposit + $15 sitting fee to support student services

Where to find us: Max Bell Centre from June 4-7, 2019. Sessions will run 30 minutes before each ceremony starts and resume afterward.

How to register: There's no need to make an appointment students can register on the day of convocation on a first come, first served basis before or after the ceremony. Once you register, we will hold your spot.

How to order: After your 4 pose session, you'll have access to a private online gallery so you can create an order and apply the $60 deposit like a credit. We sell both digital and printed images, with most orders starting around $50.

Congratulations graduate! We can't wait to see you on the big day.
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