Stress free photography

Getting to know you…

getting to know all about you!”

but not in a creepy way!

My husband, Joe and I recently saw The King and I in New York a few weeks ago. It was outstanding, by the way. And just nominated for a Tony Award.  So of course it had to be the name of this blog post!

As corny as it sounds, it is one of my most important goals and the key to you having a great photography experience. Most of us, including me, do NOT like having our picture taken.  I still find it amazing that a complete stranger will make an appointment with me. Because, really, I am the stranger! That takes guts. So I’m all about making your photography session as stress-free as possible.

When you contact me, I will either call or email you as soon as possible. I’m adamant about providing you with all the information about your session, upfront and as soon as I can.  “What should I bring?” “What should I wear?” “Can I bring a friend?”  “How long before I get my photos?” I’ll answer all of these questions, and any others you might have before we ever book your session.

You can even schedule a complimentary twenty minute phone consultation so that we can chat and you can find out if we’re a good fit. I’m sure we will be, but it couldn’t hurt. Feel more comfortable with FaceTime or Skype? I can do that too. Just let me know.

I’ll also send you a quick survey that asks questions like “What kind of music do you like?” And “where do you want to display, promote or do with your final images?” The more I know before our session, the more I can help you feel at ease.

After you’ve arrived and before we get to shooting, I like to chat a little more and find out if there’s anything that you’re still a bit nervous about.  It helps both of us relax and gives me get an idea of your unique personality.  I love to have a have laugh, so I’ll do my best to make that happen and get you the photographs that you’ve always wanted! I promise. You’re going to leave having had a little fun and having made a new BFF!

Cheers, Bonnie!