Portrait sessions are $150. This covers the design, planning, and time of the session. It does not include any product or digitals.
Prior to the session, we will meet for the pre-consultation. At this point, we will cover all details of your session: your goals, who will participate in the session, how you want to display your images, style design (clothing, location, etc.). This also allows me to get to know the personalities of those who will be involved in the session so that they can be portrayed fully in your images. If horses are involved, we will also cover the style of the equine images that we will create and plan for the session to ensure quality and safety of the session. The session fee is also paid at this time to hold the date of the session.
The day of the session, we meet at the pre-determined location and ensure that all details are in place. Sessions typically last about an hour, although this can vary slightly. If horses are involved, I schedule about two hours for equine sessions to allow for any time required to prepare the horse properly.
Within two weeks after the session, we will meet for the viewing and ordering appointment. This will be your opportunity to view the finished images from your session in a beautiful slideshow presentation. I will walk you through creating your own custom collection of a combination of wall art and album(s), as well as any additional products you may desire as well. By creating your own collection, you will receive exactly what you want in the style, format, sizing, and budget that fits you and your family. All orders will be finalized during this appointment.
All landscape, wildlife, or northern lights images that I have created are available for special order. Contact me for pricing and display options.
Growing up, my parents had framed black and white images of our ancestors - grandparents, great-grandparents, great aunts and uncles, etc., hung in the hallway. Every day, multiple times per day, I saw these images and remembered our family history. What will you pass on to your children so they remember their history?
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