Client Info – Questions
There are always some questions to be asked when participating in your first custom photography session.
Feel free to ask away, but also make sure you check out this list to make sure you get all the info you need.
What do we wear?
I’m so glad that you are thinking about how to style your images. There are a few general rules that I find tried and true.
- No huge logos or big disney characters. This is about you, not about promoting the sports team you cheer for.
- Wear clothes that you feel good in. Wear clothes that make you feel powerful, strong and confident.
- Do not dress to match, like in blue jeans and black shirts. Instead, think about coordinating colours and texture. Ruffles, lace, plaid, cotton, linen, jeans, colour is always amazing, layers. Have fun.
- If getting a haircut or dying hair, do it a few days before hand so you can “grow” into and you won’t have any ink stains…. trust me, mmmkay
What if we need to reschedule?
A $50 rescheduling fee will be invoiced to you, providing we find a suitable time and date for both of us. I can usually shoot in a light drizzle, and grey days are actually great to shoot in. If shooting a winter session, we will have alternate indoor locations ready, just in case.
Where are you located?
I currently work in Saskatoon, SK but am available for travel. I am up North in the Beauval area once a month as well. Send me a message and we will work out a date for travel.
Do you have a studio?
I am a natural-light lifestyle photographer so I work primarily outdoors or in settings that allow us to make the best of the available light. Be prepared for being outdoors. In the winter, we can still shoot outdoors if you and your family are up for it, or we can find suitable indoor locations.
Do you do newborn photography?
I do maternity sessions and I am trying to find families that want to work with me for family sessions after the baby is born, sessions with a way more casual vibe to them. Nothing posed or set up.
I don’t do newborn photography, like the ones where you see a baby curled up on blankets, because that it a totally different area of photography. I know many professionals, with years of experience and safety training, that I would be glad to recommend for you though.