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There are no stupid Questions! Don't be afraid to ask!
Here are a few...I'm sure I'll be adding more as time goes on.

Q: "What should we wear?"

A: Deep, bright colors free of logos and words seem to look best in photos. Families don't have to all match exactly to look good. Different patterns and textures help make the photo more interesting and fun.

Q: "Do you offer prints?"

A: Yes, I do! And I HIGHLY , HIGHLY suggest you do your printing through me. I print with a professional printing company. Click on 'Printing' at the top of my home page for more details.

Q: "What if my kid won't smile?"

A: Don't worry about it! Some of the best photos, in my opinion, are serious. And sometimes, even when they are looking away! Remember, the more natural, the better! Also, relaxing about it can help too. Kids can sense tension. If we try to make it a calm, natural atmosphere, things will run more smoothly! Another thing: Distractions. Suckers, bubbles, etc work really well to distract as well as create smiles!
Q: "Do you have a degree in photography?"

A: No. I am self-taught. Everything I've learned is from other photographers, websites, books, and good old trial and error.

Q: "Do you do indoor photography?"

A: I do. Of course , since I don't have my own studio space, I prefer outdoors. But for newborns and small children, I can set up an indoor studio at your house or mine. We need a very large window for our light source.

Q: "Do you have props?"

A: I am acquiring quite the collection of props. I have chairs, stools, baskets, a phone, suitcase, etc. Feel free to bring any props of your own. I love hats, blankets, etc. Bringing your own props makes your shoot more personal and unique. I love new ideas, so don't be afraid to request something different.

Q: "Do you specialize in a kind of photography?"

A: I'd say I specialize in Individual Portraiture. Child, Newborn, High School Seniors, etc.