What to Expect

I have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that provides more details about my services.  Take some time to review and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

What is your area of specialty?

The majority of my work is Portrait Photography and Lifestyle Photography. This includes: engagements, maternity, family, children and seniors. However, from time to time I have been asked to work on projects outside of my specialty.  I am always open to discussing those requests.  I love a good challenge!

How Long Are Your Sessions?

A typical session runs anywhere between 45 minutes to 2 hours depending on the type of session.

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Do you have experience working with children (younger & older)? I am concerned about how my child/children will respond to having their picture taken.

Children are unpredictable, and I love that about that them. I have photography many children and I enjoy working with them.  In addition, I have some best practices that I can share with you about getting your child ready for their photo session.

How soon can I expect to receive my images?

Any advice on what to wear for my photo session?

Here are my recommendations:

  • Select clothing that is comfortable and easy to move around in.  During our session you will be required to do some amount of posing which may include sitting.
  • Select clothing that is flattering and showcases your personality
  • Be mindful of the weather.  Central Florida weather can be unpredictable so be prepared for colder/warmer temperatures.

Can the client select the location for the shoot?

I have a few “go to locations”, however, I am open to suggestions.

How can I book a session with you?

Head over to the contact page and complete the short form listed there.  Once I receive your information, I will reach out to you directly.

Photography is a way of feeling, touching, loving.  What is caught on camera is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.
-Dorothea Lang

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