Crystal Cruises Offers Master Photographers for Guest Portraits

Crystal Cruises is featuring Master Photographers to shoot guest portraits on eleven 2012 sailings. "The Master Collection" line-up consists of professional portrait photographers who have the distinction of being Fellows of the British Institute of Professional Photographers and the Master Photographers Association.

Travelers can arrange private photography sessions aboard Crystal Symphony or Crystal Serenity.  Individuals, couples, or families and groups can opt for different wardrobe, locations and activities to customize their shoots.

Reservations include pre-planning consultation, unlimited shoot time, unlimited number of pictures, and photo review.  Final, retouched photographs are printed in a handcrafted, custom-bound, 16"x12", embossed-aluminum album. Other framed photo and presentation product options are available to celebrate a special occasion, create a family treasure, or just give a grand gift to one's self. All products are created at Europe's leading professional photo laboratory and shipped anywhere in the world four weeks after the end of the cruise.

Photographers include:

    --  Kevin Wilson: 17-time Kodak European Gold Award-winner, three-time Kodak
        UK Portrait Photographer of the Year
    --  John Parris: British Fashion, and Scottish Wedding, Photographer of the
    --  Richard Dutkowski: Past MPA President, UK Master Photographer of the
    --  Sophocles Alexiou: Four-time BIPP Gold Medal-winner for Outstanding
        Photographic Art
    --  David MacDonald: UK Family Portrait Photographer of the Year

One Master Photographer will be on each of the following sailings: Jan. 18, LA-Sydney; Feb. 6, Miami-Rio; Feb. 7, Sydney-Singapore; March 3, Buenos Aires-Miami; March 13, Hong Kong-Osaka; March 31, Osaka-LA; May 8, NY-London; July 8, Copenhagen-Stockholm; Sept. 5, London-NY; Oct. 12, Athens-Venice; Oct. 31, NY-LA;


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