1. He doesn't want the family memories to slip away. Kids (and parents) get older so quickly that unless you have been very careful about documenting the moments, huge chunks of time can easily go unaccounted for - time that we sadly can never get back. Capture all the fun, laughs and love you share when you're together.
2. Dad really does not need another tie (or pair of socks or bottle of aftershave). Does any of us really need more stuff? Experiences are the ultimate gift.
3. Not only can Dad look forward to a holiday, but he can put his camera aside for awhile and know that a pro has got him covered. Unless he's a pro himself, those photos on his phone just won't cut it. With Flytographer, he will end up with gorgeous, frame-worthy images that keep his loved ones close.
4. Gift cards make a great group gift that doesn't leave one person to do all the heavy lifting. It's fast, easy, does not require huge swaths of wrapping paper, and gives Dad choices (250 photographers in 140+ cities!).
5. Do it not only for Dad, but for future generations. When family members pass away, sometimes all that's left to remember them by are photographs. If Dad is always behind the camera, get him in front of it for a change so everyone can see his smiling face and energy - his children, his children's children and so on will be happy to have these precious mementos of family history.