Frequently Asked Questions
- What should I wear? Most times I suggest solid colors for portraits. Stay away from stripes, florals and patterns. This rule CAN be broken. Darker colors bring out your FACE: Brown, Black, Blue etc. Families look good outdoors in the same color tops: white, black, brown, blue etc. You can always search the internet for clothing ideas as well. We will work with you prior to your photo session and send photo ideas to you to give you some ideas that will help you decide. We suggest checking the internet, pinterest and other sites that can help you come up with styling tips.
- When will I be able to see my images? Normal turn around time to see your preview images is 14 days or sooner from the day you shoot.
- How should I select a photographer (wedding or portrait)? You should look at their photographs and see if you connect with them. If you don't like the photographs.....move on. Next you should MEET them. If you feel comfortable talking with and being around them.....this is a great sign. You will be working in close quarters with this person and you want to be comfortable during that time.
- What camera brand do you shoot with? We currently shoot with 2 Canon 5D Mark II DIGITAL professional camera bodies and an assortment of Canon and other lenses.
- Do you shoot RAW or JPG? Can I purchase my electronic images? We shoot all photos in RAW format. We provide our customers with JPG files when photos are given in electronic form.
- Do you require a contract or release form to be signed? Yes. This is to help all of us involved understand completely what our agreement is and what products will be delivered at the end.
- How do I book or reserve your services? For most photo sessions a 50% deposit is required to hold your day and time slot. It can be payed electronically via email/ebill.
- Do you provide any Make up/Hair/Fashion styling? No. But these additional services can be added for a fee. Honestly if you want your portraits to REALLY stand out.....We'd consider hiring a professional make up artist. If you've ever watched a professional photo shoot on TV you have seen the groups of people necessary to make the shoot a success. We can do a lot with less, but most of my glamour shots have had the involvement of a professional make up artist at a minimum.