psssst! Got a question? You asked, I answered!
What is required to book a photo session?
I require a 50% deposit along with your signed contract to reserve your date. The remaining 50% is due the week of your shoot or event.
How many photos will I get from my shoot?
Every session is different (which is awesome) but a typical lifestyle session usually yields between 50-150 images. Weddings yield between 400-1000.
Will I get a disc with all my images on them?
You will receive a beautiful online gallery with all your photos and the ability to download all the high resolution images directly to your computer! Discs are available for purchase.
I’m dying to see the photos, when will they be ready?!
I estimate a turn around time of between 2-4 weeks while I meticulously work on every photo to make it perfect! Weddings are estimated at a 4-10 week turn around.
WHAT DO WE WEAR?!?
I tell every single client who asks this question the same thing. COORDINATE, don’t MATCH. The cheat to this is picking one piece of clothing and pulling colors/styles from that piece for the rest of the participants. Leave the logos at home along with the matching t-shirts. Have fun with your outfits and wear something vibrant and awesome. Play with textures, patterns and accessories. Pick something that makes you feel gorgeous and sassy! This is the part of the shoot where YOU get to be the creative one! If all else fails, call Danielle Gilbert at Nordstrom in Fashion Valley and she will have you styled from head to toe in no time!
Do you offer albums?
Sure do! Inquire about pricing through the contact page. All albums are designed by yours truly with the photos that you choose.
Can I get a discount?
All KLP pricing is firm. When creating my pricing I account for many things such as creative talent, experience, hours shooting as well as the many hours of editing that follow.
Can I upload my photos to Facebook or Instagram?
Absolutely! I do ask that you give KLP a quick tag or photo credit when you do! (I say “when” because you won’t be able to keep your photos to yourself!)document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’).appendChild(s);