1. What types of sessions fall under the catch phrase “portraits”?
Portrait sessions include seniors, families, kids, just you, and bumps to babies. If you can dream something up that isn’t listed here shoot us an email… we are always up for an adventure!
2. Can order individual digital images?
YES! For portrait sessions we offer single digital high resolution images for printing and single digital watermarked files for online use. We also offer a DVD of all images from a session with rights the to reproduce the images. This will all be available to you on your custom event site to order.
3. How soon will I see proofs from my session?
We will send you a brief preview of your images within 4-6 weeks of your session. Each image from the session is carefully reviewed and finished to produce the highest quality image. We try to schedule your ordering session to view your images and help you place your order within a week after the images are complete.
4. What should I wear to my session?
We get this question a lot and it is a great question. In general, wear what makes you feel good and that you are comfortable in. A great general rule of thumb is to wear something that is a step-up from what you would normally wear. Also, if this is a session that includes more then one person try to have everyone’s outfits compliment each other. Meaning, have everyone wear clothing that is within the same tonal family or are similar shades of the same color!
5. Can I order prints online?
After the session, we sit down with you and review the images in person. Afterwards, reprints and orders for friends and family can be placed online through your custom event site.
6. Do you offer albums, prints, or canvases?
Yes we offer a variety of portrait prints, albums, and canvas pieces.
7. Do you have location suggestions for my session?
Yes, we are happy to suggest a variety of locations to you, in addition to the possibility of shooting in your home. We will discuss options with you during your consult.
8. How long is a typical portrait session?
Portrait sessions usually last around one and a half to two hours, but there is no set time limit.
9. How many photographers are included in my portrait session?
We guarantee a minimum of 2 photographers but often times it is 3.
10. Do you photograph events?
You betcha! We photograph anything from Bar Mitzvah’s to birthday parties!