Frequently Asked Questions

How much are your sessions?

Please look at the top of the website under 'Investment'.  Pricing for each type of session varies.  And pricing can change without notice.  If you have already booked your session under previous pricing, of course I will honor that.

Do you offer mini sessions?

Yes, I offer mini sessions once in a while.  Please like our Facebook page to be notified of any upcoming model calls & mini sessions.

What is a model call?

I work with a few online boutiques that request specific age & genders to model clothing or accessories.  Sometimes I may want to try out some new poses or studio equipment or to promote an upcoming mini session.  If you or your child is selected, the session would be at no cost to you &  you would receive a couple of digital images for your time, with the option to purchase additional images.

Will I receive all of the images, including unedited images from my session?

No, you will only receive the edited versions of the images from your session.  I never give out unedited versions of the photos.  You will not receive an edited version of each photo that was taken during the session.  Out of approximately 70-100 images, I will personally select 15-20 of the best images of your session, in which I professionally edit by hand.

Will you come to my home to do newborn & family photos?  Will you photograph the birth of my child?

This is something I hope to be able to offer one day, but at the moment, I don't do lifestyle newborn & family or birth photography. 

Where do you recommend having my images printed?

There are lots of great places to have photos printed.  I do not recommend places such as your local drugstore, like Walgreens, Walmart or even Costco.  I recommend professional photo labs that use high quality paper.  There is a huge difference between the local places & the professional labs!  Here's a few places I would suggest.

Here's a great article by another awesome photographer, Amanda Jackson.  Where you can actually see examples.  

Pro Prints vs. Drugstore Prints & another example by Feather Blue

When ordering through a professional photo lab, they will often give you the option of 'Do Not Color Correct'.  Make sure you always select this option.