1. How much will I spend?
    • For mini-sessions, your price is $250. If you want to add any prints or other items, the prices vary between $50-$100 extra.
    • For a regular session, your price is $400. If you want to add anything on like keepsakes or wall art or more digital products, your price will vary between $100-$200 extra.
  2. When do I have to pay?
    • During your reveal session, if you pay in full, you will receive a 10% discount. Some people need a day or two to get their orders together, and if you need to, you can make payments. Your order will not go in until your final payment is made.
  3. How do I pay?
    • You can pay cash, check, credit card, paypal, zelle, venmo.
  4. Do you offer digital files?
    • Yes. Whatever you purchase, you receive the matching digital file. Or if you only want digital files, you have the option to purchase only the digitals and slideshow.
  5. Where do you get your products?
    • I have several professional labs that I work with.
  6. Can I bring my pets ?
    • Absolutely!
  7. Do you pose me?
    • Yes. I do posed candid shots. I will direct you, but capture the natural rhythm that is you.
  8. Your website only shows black and white images. Do you offer color images?
    • Yes! I love black and white so I chose to feature those on my website, but I offer both black and white and color of each image.
  9. Can you fix me in photoshop?
    • Basic edits are included. I make every effort to remove imperfections such as blemishes, boo-boos, etc. What you see at your reveal appointment is complete. If you request additional edits for wrinkles, body shaping, etc. there is an additional fee.
  10. Do you offer hair and makeup?
    • Not at the moment as a standard part of the package, but it can be arranged for an extra fee if you request it.
  11. Do you restore photos?
    • Yes I do. Pricing depends on the extensiveness of each photo.
  12. Why outdoor sessions only?
    • Because of the covid-19 guidelines from the CDC. It’s hard to maintain a safe distance without a mask on in a small indoor setting. And it’s even harder to have your picture taken with a mask on. 🙂 Please see the covid section for further information.

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