How does a session usually work?
Typically, you will contact me about what type of session you would like, where, and when. We’ll coordinate
what works best and plan from there. Weather does play a factor and sometimes sessions must be rescheduled.
We’ll meet up at a designated place and time, usually the session location. I like to get to know you and/or your
family first so I get a feel of your personality. It really helps me bring that out in your photos. After a
session that lasts anywhere between 1-5 hours I will go home, edit the photos, and get that back to you
within 3 weeks time (That is the maximum time! I usually am much quicker.)
Can you shoot on location?
Yes, I do not have a studio at this time so all my sessions are on location. If you have an idea or place in
mind let me know and we can scope out lighting. If you would like to shoot in your home, usually that works
as long as it has open lighting. I do not travel with studio lighting. I use all natural light. For newborn
shoots, however, I do shoot in your home!
What do I wear?
I usually suggest wearing your normal clothes. Don’t get all dressed up. Unless that’s what you wear everyday.
It doesn’t reflect you in the photos! I think textures and colors look best in photos. Chunky scarves, denim
jackets, dresses, boots, dark jeans, colors, patterns, and bring any accesories you want in the photos such as a
guitar, basketball, a special item, anything! Do be prepared to get a little dirty if the location is “off the map”!
When will I get my photos after the session?
I try to get your photos to you within three weeks. Usually, I have a turn around time of one week; but contact me
if you have any deadlines so we can work on that.
Can I put my photos on facebook, twitter, or my blog?
I would LOVE for you to post your new photos! I will be providing watermarked images along with your original edited images on your CD. I just ask that you use the watermarked images when uploading to the internet. And credit back to my website and me in the caption if possible. It’s all I ask!