When you're ready to book, just head on over to the INVESTMENT page, figure out what you'd like to book and then click the BOOK NOW button at the bottom of that page.. I will send you an email with the contract to sign electronically and also an email to go over a date, time and location for your session (if we haven't discussed this already).
If you have any questions between then and your session, please feel free to shoot me an email as I'd be happy to discuss any questions or concerns you have.
I also have a what to wear guide for you to go over if you are needing suggestions on what to wear during your session. I find that the guide really helps to guide your decisions on what you want the look of your session to be.
All sessions are done either outdoors at the location of your choice or at my in home studio on the south side of Indy off of 37 & Banta.
For outdoor sessions, depending on the length of your session, most are done with the hour before sunset (Golden Hour) this helps to avoid the harsh lighting from the sun and ensure some gorgeous sunset pictures that are full of warmth and love.
I do my absolute best to make you and your little ones feel as relaxed and comfortable during your session. I will act silly and make funny noises to get your kiddos to smile and I capture the love between you and your family.
For indoor sessions (newborns & babies) these can be schedule anytime during the day based on availability and I have a studio closet full of lots of props, outfits & accessories for newborns up to young girls.
After your session I do my best to get a sneak peek up on my Facebook page that same day. After that I will post a few more images from your session as I am working on them. Depending on the time of the year, most sessions have a typical 5-12 day turnaround time. Once your images are done they will be loaded onto an online gallery and you will be sent a email with all the login information.
Once you have access to your online gallery you can download all the images to your computer, with a print release, and put them on a CD or USB yourselves. You may also order prints, canvases, cards, etc from your gallery should you decide to do so.
I do recommend places like mpix.com for consumer printing.