BOOK YOUR SESSION
Most weekday afternoons or evenings work!
Weekend availability too!
Book your session TODAY and we can have a phone chat and decide on what date/time you'd like for your shoot AFTER you give the gift card
5 x 7" PRINT
$100 plus tax Session Fee will hold your date/time of the shoot, the remaining $125 plus tax will be due the week leading up to the shoot
WHAT DO WE GET?
A 40 Minutes Session
6 stunning images of your choice edited (additional images may be edited at $15 an image)
FREE 5x7" Print for mom!
Beautiful Gift Card in it's own gift box, gift wrapped and ready to give to your favorite momma - EASY!
Gift Card will either be mailed or deliver in person to ensure it's speedy arrival
I have several fantastic options to choose from depending on what mom wants most - the Snohomish river? a peaceful forest backdrop? Old brick? I have plenty of scouted spots available to choose from
HOW DOES IT WORK?
RESERVE YOUR SPOT
Click the big 'BOOK NOW' booking link (found above or below) and choose a time and once you've given the gift card to your favorite mom we can easily schedule a date/time that works for everyone - easy!
Enjoy the shoot! Book back-to-back sessions with additional family and I'll even throw in a few extra edits for you all to enjoy! We will make this shoot fun for everyone in order to bring out the most authentic and genuine smiles possible.
Plan to arrive at your shoot around 15 minutes early. We'd also love to have a quick chat with you prior to the shoot to discuss backdrop options we have scouted out as well as answer any questions you may have about what to wear.
We will send over your proofs within 3 days of the shoot. Once you have your proofs, select which images you would like edited and then we will take it from there. It takes time to edit your images. Our average wait time for a session is 2 weeks and then we'll email them over to you in a gallery! Easy!
WHAT SHOULD WE WEAR?
Patterns should be used sparingly as too many differing patterns can 'busy' an image up and patterns also tend to date an image more as patterns are constantly changing. I would have no more than 1-2 patterns and then build around it with neutral colors (white, gray & black) and solid colors. I'd also try and stick to just "warm" color or just "cool" colors on the spectrum. So greens, blues and purples OR reds, oranges and yellows.