How much is the photoshoot?

The session fee of $150 is required at the time of booking to confirm your date. The payment covers the time for your shoot, which is typically an hour. As well as the special facebook sneak peek for you to enjoy before the reveal. Also, your in person reveal appointment. Photos and product orders are separate and purchased at the reveal after you've seen, held your photos and chosen your favourites. Print products range from desktop acrylic blocks to matted portfolio prints to multiple wall art pieces in a collection. These also range in size and price from our smallest acrylic block at $95 to our largest wall art collection at $3945. We have something to suit everyone's taste and budget. Our most popular products are the portfolio print packages and they start at $1400.

How long does the session take?

Generally family and childrens session take an hour. However, we always work at your families pace and if it takes a little longer to get the shots we need then that's ok.

Are digital images included?

Yes! All packages include the matching digital files. They are delivered via a direct download from the website. Or I am happy to supply them on an USB.

I don't offer digital only packages, and I go into detail about the reasons why in a blog post here.

What payment plans are available?

I offer easy interest free payment options through Payright.

What is a reveal appointment?

The reveal appointment takes place 2-3 weeks after your photoshoot. This is when you get to see, hold and choose which photos and products you would like to purchase. Your photos are presented as 8x12" matted photos in a gorgeous linen portrait box.

The appointment takes place at our home office, in Burpengary, where you will also get to view samples of wall art collections, frames and desktop art work options.

What should we wear?

This is the number one FAQ. The best thing is complementing colours. Try to stick to the same colour palette. Earthy tones are my personal favourite. Limit blacks and no neon colours or logos. Layering your outfits and adding accessories (hats, hair ribbons, scarves) give your photos depth and texture. There is an in depth guide here and a blog post here.