Yes, we are doing Mini Sessions this summer! We all know how fast time flies by and how quickly our little ones grow up. This is an effortless and amazing way to capture those photos you've been longing for. Sessions are 20 minutes and will take place thoughout the day, every half hour starting on the hour. Time slots fill up fast, so register quickly to reserve you're spot.
What time should I arrive? Please arrive at least 15 minutes early. We want to make sure this is a great time for everyone.
What if I have to cancel? Cancellations are non-refundable due to limited spots being filled.
What should I bring? Snack and drinks are recommended to keep on hand if needed. Please avoid chocolate or anything too messy. 'Bribe candies' can also be very helpful at times! (just this once... )
What should I wear?
Where will the Mini Sessions take place? The Mini Sessions will take place on the beautiful grounds of the Country Heritage Park in Milton, located at 8560 Tremaine Road. A Specific meeting spot on the grounds will be emailed to you prior to the date.
Do you do retouching? We are happy to take care of boo-boo's, scars, blemishes and dust. We do not however do extensive retouching (shrinking arm sizes etc!)
How long after the shoot will I get my photos? Your images will be available for viewing within 7 business days from the date of your session and your private gallery will be available for one week for ordering.
When do I pay? The cost of the session is $200 + tax and can be paid online through Eventbrite or over the phone. Payment for the full amount is required in order to reserve your spot.
How can I help my child to cooperate during the session? Even though you know your child the best, it's always better if you step back and give the photographer room to connect and interact with your child. Too much pressure or demands don't go over well in a photo shoot for children. It's important for the photographer to try to keep things light and fun. Although tempting, it is also not helpful if parents are speaking to the child when they are being photographed. This changes the focus of their eyes away from looking directly into the camera, which is not what we want for winning portraits!