FAQ

Questions Answered

Do you bring props?

The short answer is usually no. However, I am more than happy to work with you in creating idea, getting props, or working with the props you bring. You are always welcome to incorporate anything that may be important to you into your pictures. 

What do we do in the case of rain or other bad weather?

If our session day looks a little rainy we usually have several options. If it’s just overcast do not worry. This lighting is actually good for photos and we do not have to reschedule. If it is drizzling or an on/off light rain I may have some suggestions for alternate locations where we won’t get too wet. If it’s pouring rain, gloomy skies, or other bad weather we can reschedule your session for a better time. Normally I can offer a reschedule within a few weeks and often times sooner then that.

How much time will our family need to book?
30 minute sessions are usually perfect for most families. A 60 minute session is recommended if you have a large group, multiple families, need a wardrobe change, or an extra location. Beach sessions are only available as 60 minute sessions. This is due to the timing necessary for quality lighting, and the extra time it takes to make these beautiful sessions perfect!

How many photos will we get?
Sessions include unlimited downloads of you digital images.
30 minute sessions usually yield 30-40 images
60 minute sessions usually yield 50-60 images

Are the images we get edited?
Yes, images are adjusted for color correction and minor touch-ups. Images will always be processed before you receive them.

How long will it take to get our photos?Images are delivered in an online digital gallery normally 1-2 weeks after you session. During the busiest times of the year delivery can take up to 3 weeks. Rush processing is available for a fee.

Are the images good quality for printing?
Yes, you will receive full-resolution images that can be printed billboard size if you wish.

Do we own the copyright to our photos?
Copyright of all photos remains with the photographer. Clients receive a print release that allows for as much printing of the images as they would like. Additional rights such as for commercial use can usually be arranged for a fee.