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Chanukah gift cards are now available from Photography by Avital.

Photography by Avital Now Offering Chanukah Gift Cards

A popular Denver-Boulder area professional portrait service, Photography by Avital, is now offering Chanukah gift cards just in time for the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights, which begins this year at sundown on Tuesday, December 16th.

Professional portraits make for unique, priceless holiday keepsakes. As a gift, they are always welcome and cherished for generations.

Photography By Avital
Chanukah gift cards are now available. Portraits make for unique, priceless holiday keepsakes.

Photography by Avital serves the Jewish community providing affordable family portraits and event photography. Each client receives on-site photography, photo editing, contact sheets, and digital files so that clients can use their photos at will: for websites, photo gifts, invitations and any other purpose.

A hallmark of Photography by Avital is that it provides professional services at student rates. The company’s lead photographer, who has been shooting professionally for several years, is currently a senior at Denver Academy of Torah High School, a Modern Orthodox college-preparatory institution.

For Chanukah 2014, Photography by Avital is offering gift cards that are good for portrait services any time during 2015. Pricing is as follows:

  • $36 – Student or graduation portrait. (Up to six final poses)
  • $72 – Individual adult personal or business portrait (Up to six final poses)
  • $108 – Family portrait (Up to twelve final poses)
  • $126 – On-site family event photography – such as parties and reunions. One hour. (Up to 36 photos.) Additional hours are $72 each, including up to 36 additional photos per hour.

Between now and December 24th, the final night of Chanukah, those who order gift cards will also receive a free 8 x 10 print of the photo of their choice. Gift recipients can be notified by email or U.S. Mail.

Photography by Avital has earned accolades for the quality of its portraits as well as its warm, engaging and caring interactions with portrait subjects.

The company’s namesake also works on behalf of many local nonprofits, including Girls, Inc.; Rose Youth Foundation; Jewish Family Services; Beth Jacob High School; East Denver Orthodox Synagogue; and The Jewish Experience. She is the staff photographer for Radio Chavura, and her photographic work has appeared on the front page of the Intermountain Jewish News. For the past two summers, she has been the children’s photographer for Camp Maayan.

Among local personalities whom she has been hired to photograph professionally are popular 710 KNUS radio talk show hosts Peter Boyles, Dan Caplis, and Steve Kelley.

Among those who she has photographed on behalf of Radio Chavura are:

  • Denver Mayor Michael Hancock
  • U.S. Congressman Doug Lamborn
  • Marcie Natan, president, Hadassah – The Women’s Zionist Organization of America
  • Shaul Amir, The Assaf HaRofesh Medical Center
  • Rabbi Joseph Black, Temple Emanuel
  • Cantor Moshe Weiss

Photography by Avital has time slots available throughout the month of December to capture portraits and family events. To view a portfolio of previous work, visit the company’s website at www.Avital.me.

Contact Photography by Avital at 1-844-2-AVITAL (844-228-4825) or info@Avital.me.

About Dean Rotbart

Dean Rotbart, a Pulitzer Prize nominated former columnist and editor at The Wall Street Journal, is co-host of Radio Chavura, a weekly program focused on Colorado's vibrant Jewish community. The show is co-hosted by Dean's son, Maxwell, a recent graduate of Metropolitan State University of Denver. Radio Chavura can be streamed from www.Chavura.com or downloaded from the iTunes store.

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