Frequently Asked Questions
Why don't you shoot families greater than 5?
Shooting families can be tough. Catching the whole family, at flattering angles, with smiles on their faces, in the perfect light... it's REALLY tough. The more people in the equation, the harder it is. Especially when kids are young. Adding more people to the equation also begins to limit the artistic ability from my point of view. Instead letting you wader and explore, I start focusing on keeping people together... which kind of ends up turning into posing everyone.
Do you shoot events?
I don't. I've shot weddings and other non-wedding events, it's just not my cup of tea. I enjoy small, intimate sessions without an agenda. Getting up close and personal with you and your small family is what I do best.
Do you offer Mini Sessions?
I do not. I've found that full sessions are best to capture great moments. Feeling rushed to complete in an allotted time really stresses people out about getting a good photo.
Do you shoot Newborns or Birth Stories?
As much as I love newborns, I don't. I know how much I cherish photos of my babies right after they were born, but newborn photography is just not a strength of mine.
Birth Stories are probably one of my favorite things to shoot, but because babies generally make their grand entrance whenever they see fit, it's too hard for me to commit to Birth Stories. Once my little ones become more independent, I'm hoping I'll be able to offer these to my clients.
What happens AFTER our session?
After our shoot, you'll receive an email from me with a link to your online gallery. From there you will be able to download all your high-resolution images. You will also be able to order your professionally printed photos straight from your gallery. Your gallery will stay active for 60 days, giving you an email reminder when you have 3 days remaining, to download/print your images before it expires.