20% discount on Irene Suchocki’s gorgeous images


These images surely must bring you in the mood for summer … I really like them, the vintage feel and the colors of the images are just so pretty. Irene Suchocki is the photographer and she is a self-taught photographer, born in Toronto, but moved to Montreal in 2001… If you visit her blog you will see how incredibly talented she is and Irene recenlty launched a new website dedicated to her wedding photography and boy you will find some 'love and happiness' here !


Irene sells her prints online at isphotography and at her etsy shop. The good news is that all you Bloesem readers are getting a 20% discount on regularly priced prints in both of her shops during the month of April. When buying via isphotography simply enter the code BLOESEM during checkout and the discount will be applied immediately.
Or would you prefer to buy at her etsy shop then enter BLOESEM in the Message to Seller box when checking out, and Irene will send a refund via PayPal.


Bloesem loves comments
  1. Canada Flowers

    All these loveliness make the DSLR-taken flickr photos that aspire to greatness and are for sale seem like amateur shots. You nailed the nostalgic effect.

  2. Jesseca | Letterhead Printing

    Wow! are these photos taken from a lomo camera? they look amazing! I’m interested in photography as well especially lomo. Even if these are not lomos, they still look amazing!

    Kudos to your friend!

  3. Mux

    Thanks for presenting us Irene. I really like her work. ^^

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