What to expect when booking your first Photo Shoot.
Hello! It's me again!
I get this question from time to time "What can I expect when I call to book?", so I thought I would jot down a few things that you can expect before we meet for your senior pictures or family pictures.
The first thing that happens is the inquiry. You are looking for senior pictures or family pictures, pictures of your dog (or cat!) and you land.... here! On this site. When you contact me, I generally like to cover a few things so we can be sure we are a good match! I might ask things like what specifically are you looking for (what kind of shoot? Family pictures, event pictures, senior pictures, modeling etc), and also if you have any specific ideas of what you are wanting in regards to locations, clothing and number of outfit changes etc. This is how we narrow down what type of photo session will work best for you.
Next, we're going to work together to find the perfect date and time for your portrait session and choose a location. Once that is decided, I will take a payment to secure that perfect date and time. After all this, you're set! Just... don't forget when and where and to go pick out a couple outfits ;). Don't worry too much, I'll be sure to follow up with you to remind you of your appointment. Always remember though, I'm here to help, so if you have questions before your session, let me know!
Call me! Let's go capture your unique you.
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