Fall Mini Sessions
Can you believe it? Fall is almost here, and the year that is 2023 is steadily winding down. With time passing quickly and our children growing up so fast, our Fall Mini Sessions are the perfect way for you and your family to freeze this moment in time.
These sessions are more than just capturing a few images for your holiday cards. While that is their most popular use, they are also an opportunity to celebrate and document your family history and to create beautiful prints for the walls of your home.
Our Fall Mini Sessions are $225 (ask about our special rate for past clients) – a 25 minute session with us and you will receive all edited high resolution images from the session. *A deposit of $75 is due at the time of booking with the remaining balance due two weeks prior to the session. The session deposit is non-refundable but it is transferable to a session at a later date. If the weather is uncooperative we will reschedule the session to a later/better date.
In consideration of the other families booked after you, please be on time and know that if you are not, we will still be ending at the time your session is scheduled to be over.
SUCCESSFUL FAMILY MINI SESSION TIPS
Before your family session please make sure to review the tips below.
WHEN SHOULD WE ARRIVE?
Please arrive 10 minutes early and make sure everyone’s outfits and hair are perfect!
HOW MANY OUTFITS?
Because these are only 25 minute Mini Sessions, there is only time for one outfit. If you’d like to book a multi-outfit and/or multi-location session, please connect with us.
WHAT SHOULD WE WEAR?
Solid colors are easiest to coordinate, but primary or complimentary colors also look great and bring energy to the photograph. Dark pants or jeans with dark shoes give texture and visually anchor a portrait. When choosing color schemes, consider not only what looks best on you, but also what colors will look best on wall portraits and compliment your home’s décor.
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN I BRING?
We recommend only your immediate family. The fewer people in the photograph, the more time we can spend perfecting each person’s expression and capturing the interaction and relationships within the family.