Can you believe it’s time to start thinking about holiday cards? I certainly can’t. And yet, here we are, and it’s almost October! I’ll bet it’s crossed your mind, however briefly. Well, grab on to that thought and book your mini-session now. Want to know more? Check out the FAQ.
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Are you available on weekends?
Yes, I’m available on both Saturdays and Sundays. I am also available during the week.
Where do the mini sessions take place?
I have a variety of outdoor locations that will make a perfect setting for your photos. When you contact me to book your mini session, we will discuss what location works best for you.
If I choose the digital option, can I print photos anywhere I’d like?
Yes. Along with your digital files on a CD, you will receive a print release form. The files you will receive may be printed up to size 5×7 at a lab of your choosing (Walgreens, Sam’s Club, Costco, etc.).
What file format are the digital images?
The digital images are in JPEG (JPG) format.
Can I use the digital files to print my own holiday cards?
If I choose to receive 50 cards, but need more than that, can I order more?
How many people can I have in my photos?
The mini sessions are set up for your immediate family of up to 6 people. Is your family larger than that? Just call me and we can discuss options.
I have another question not addressed here. How can I get more information?
Call me at 847.722.4402, or use the Contact form.
I recently had donated a photo session for a charity raffle in support of the National Association for Down Syndrome. Last week I had the pleasure of photographing the winning family – this amazing grandmother and her six grandchildren. How beautiful are they?! We had to shoot a bit before golden hour due to the inevitable witching hour, but it was all good in the end. Here are some sneak peeks.
You might recognize this one from my Project 365 posts:
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For more information about NADS and how you can help, please visit www.nads.org.