This section is for FAQ’s that I receive for both wedding AND portrait clients, so scroll down to see all of the information!
What should I wear for my portrait session?
I recommend solid colors, no prints. Tops that expose all of the arms tend not to photograph well, so try to go with no less than sleeveless if you must. Seniors can bring along anything that helps express who they are (guitars, hobby-stuff, etc).
I don’t know where we should go for our shoot?
I have a lot of great places all over Kansas City, so don’t worry about that part! We can also work together on a place that fits your family and your style.
What happens if it rains, or the weather is really crummy on our session day?
Have no worries about this. Most often I try to reschedule the session to a better day, so you have the best images possible. This happens all the time, because we DO live in Kansas! We will discuss the option that works best for your family/session.
Are you film or digital?
I am 100% digital, and use all Canon professional equipment. I also carry a back-up for each piece of equipment that I use. I feel that digital expands the creativity in a way that I could never do when I shot film.
Should we see one another before the wedding?
If after your wedding there will be no daylight, then YES. There are so many reasons that seeing one another is a great idea, that I created a complete page about it. Click Here
Should I provide you a list of the pictures I want?
I will take all of the standard combinations (parents, wedding party, etc) so unless there is something very unique about your family, a list is not necessary. These also tend to halt the creative process during your images.