1) What should I wear?
Coordinate color schemes, styles and textures for group photos – but avoid wearing something you would never otherwise wear. Bring at least one outfit change for individual or senior portraits, and avoid large, distracting logos.
2) What should I bring?
Just yourself and a smile! Feel free to bring some props, and makeup for touch-ups.
3) When is the best time to schedule a session?
The best times for natural light portraits are early in the morning or in the evening, or on overcast days – especially just after sunrise and just before sunset. These times are when the lighting is the best and most flattering – not harsh or likely to make you squint.
4) How do you edit and retouch photos?
All of my photos are edited and retouched using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. I use this software to make you and your photos look their best while preserving your own natural beauty.
5) Can I purchase prints of my photos?
Yes! After your session, your photos will be available online at my website http://prairieportraitsphotography.zenfolio.com/. Prints and other products may be ordered directly from my site.
6) Where will my session be?
Location is up to you, as long as it’s within a reasonable distance and we have permission to be there. I have quite a few beautiful locations that are open to the public, local, and provide a wide variety of wonderful scenery and backdrops if you need ideas.
7) What if the weather is bad on the day of my session?
Sessions can be rescheduled when reasonable, and I’d never ask you to pose for portraits in weather I wasn’t comfortable shooting in. Chilly weather is one thing… heavy rain and dangerous storms are another.