What to Expect at Convocation - University of Victoria

April 16, 2019 Kristal 0 Comments



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 at convocation in June 2019:

1. We take two photos during the ceremony

We'll snap two photos on-stage:
Cost: No sitting fee required

How to register: No need to register. We'll send your previews to the email and home address you used when registering for the ceremony.

How to order: After convocation, we'll send information to your student email address on how to access your online gallery and create an order. We sell both digital and printed images and most orders cost between $50-$150.

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

These sessions are just like our full portrait sessions but without the casual shots. You'll take 4 unique poses in your cap and gown with one of our classic backgrounds. You can even take a photo with family or friends. Students love this option, since everyone will be together for the ceremony anyway!

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

Where to find us: Welcome Centre in the University Centre Lobby from 8:30 - 9:30 am; 11:30 - 2:00 pm; 4:00 - 5:30 pm

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. Once you register, we'll hold your spot.

How to order: After your 4 pose session, you'll have access to a private online gallery so you can create your order and apply the $60 deposit like a credit. We sell both digital and printed images and most orders are between $50-$150.
Can't make it on the day of convocation? You can always book a session at our studio in Vancouver. Everything is the same as the sessions we do at the school, including the cost. To make an appointment, please live chat with our online team here or give us a call at 604-872-7272.

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


Additional information:
https://www.uvic.ca/ceremonies/convocation/

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What to Expect at Convocation - Vancouver Community College

April 16, 2019 Kristal 0 Comments


The time has come to officially graduate! You've waited years for this big moment and we can't wait to capture it for you. Here's what you can expect from us at your convocation ceremony on June 27, 2019:

1. We take two photos during the ceremony

We take one photo on-stage right after you receive your degree, and one photo off-stage:

Cost: No sitting fee required

How to register: No need to register. You opt-in to receive emails from us when registering for convocation.

How to order: After convocation, we'll send information to your student email address on how to access your online gallery and create your order. We sell both digital and printed images and most orders start cost between $50-$150.

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

These sessions are similar to what we offer in our studios but on location. You'll take 4 unique poses in your cap and gown with two of our classic backgrounds. You can even take a friendship or family photo, too!

Cost: $60 deposit

Where to find us: Main lobby in front of the library before and after the ceremony from 10:00 am - 12:15 pm and 3:30 - 5:30 pm

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. Registration will stop at 12:15 and resume after the ceremony. Once you register, we'll hold your spot for after the ceremony.

How to order: After your 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 ranging between $50-$150.
Can't make it on the day of convocation? No problem! You can book a full session at our studio in Vancouver by clicking here.

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

More information: https://www.vcc.ca/services/current-students/convocation/

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What to Expect at Convocation - University of the Fraser Valley

April 10, 2019 Kristal 0 Comments


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 at convocation in June:

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: No need to register. We will send your previews to the email and home address you have provided to the school.

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 ranging between $50-$150.

Can't make it to convocation? Book a session with us!

We will be doing portrait sessions at the Abbotsford Campus from May 6-24, 2019. These sessions are just like what we do at our studio in Vancouver but on location. You'll get to take formal graduation photos, as well as some business casual photos and headshots. A family or friendship photo is also included, so please bring them along!

Cost: $60 deposit + $15 sitting fee to support Student Services

Where to find us: Room A210 at the Abbotsford Campus

How to book: You can make an appointment by clicking here.

How to order: After your 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 ranging between $50-$150.

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

For more information about your convocation ceremony, please visit https://www.ufv.ca/convocation/

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What to Expect at Convocation - University of Northern British Columbia

April 08, 2019 Kristal 0 Comments


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 at convocation on May 31st:

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: No need to register. You may opt-out to receive emails from us – contact the Convocation Office.

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 ranging between $50-$150.

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 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 Alumni Relations

Where to find us: You can find us set up at the Conference Centre & Northern University Student Centre

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. Sessions will stop 30 minutes before each ceremony and resume after the ceremony finishes. Once you register, we'll hold your spot.

How to order: After your 4 pose session, you'll have access to a private online gallery so you can create your order and apply the $60 deposit like a credit. We sell both digital and printed images and most orders ranging between $50-$150.
Can't make it on the day of convocation? No problem! We will be doing our full sessions on May 29 and 30 in the Conference Centre (Room 6-306) and we still have some spots available. To make an appointment, please click here: https://artona.com/schools/UNBC/programs/graduation

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

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