If your session is a newborn, studio maternity or milestone session, we will have that held indoors at my studio which is located in Williamsport near Pennsylvania College of Technology. Sessions are generally scheduled on weekdays during the day. If we are having your milestone session held outdoors, we can do an early morning time or something in the evening approximately 1-2 hours before sunset.
For Family or outdoor maternity sessions we will most likely be outdoors at an agreed upon location. This could be a park, an urban setting, or a field. This is all discussed during the planning piece.
The goal is for you to feel as comfortable as possible. If there is a location that speaks to you, let's talk about it! I am open to pretty much anything. If you are unsure about a location - no worries! I have a few of my favorite spots we can always go to.
Newborn Sessions usually take about 2-3 hours tops. It's all dependent on the baby - they pretty much run the show. However, I'm pretty flexible in making sure we get everything we need to for your session so no stressing allowed!
For outdoor session we will typically schedule the start time to be within a few hours after sunrise or a few hours before sunset - this allows me to capture that beautifully warm sunlight for your images which is shown throughout my portfolio.
After Your Session
Within the first couple of days following your session, you can expect to see an image preview or two on social media. Newborn galleries tend to take me about 3 weeks to process and other portrait sessions take about 2 weeks to process.
We can also schedule a date and time where you can come to my studio where I can go through the images with you one-by-one to choose your favorites. I'll then be able to help you design one-of-a-kind pieces of art to display on your walls, coffee tables, shelves and more! Seriously, I'm here to capture your family's milestones and help you preserve those memories.
All sessions receive a secure link to an online gallery where you'll be able to view/download/print your high-resolution images. If you'd like to have a USB backup of the files, let me know.