I'd love to get to know a bit about you before we meet for your session. I'm all about being prepared prior to a shoot so that we both know what to expect and what you'd like to get out of the session ultimately so, when the day comes, we can simply relax.
Please fill out the questionnaire below and I can design a session that shows everyone who you are!
If same as the email above, leave this blank.
Example: Cross Street Photography = www.facebook.com/crossstreetphotography
Let's connect! You can find me using the handle @CrossStreetPhotography
If you don't know, that's a-ok.
Keep in mind that senior portraits are typically due in Oct. and booking a session closer to fall is often harder to guarantee that a date is available.
Prime time for photographs is either evening sunset or, the not as fun, early sunrise. The few hours surrounding noon is typically the hardest light to work with unless it's a cloudy day.
* Saturday's are generally the first days to get booked. If possible, please include at least one weekday that you could be available.
*Sundays and Wednesdays are being held open for rain dates as Maine's weather is often unpredictable. Sorry for any inconvenience this may pose and thank you for understanding.
If you're unsure about this section I can certainly guide you in a direction to some of my favorite locations. Just be sure to let me know.
Don't feel like you have to have any, I am always coming prepared with ideas to make your job easier and so that you can simply relax, but if you do want something specific I can do my best to make it happen. Along with that I should say that I honestly do tend to avoid shots with props or anything deemed "cliche," but I can make exceptions.
Might there be any disabilities, body image concerns, camera anxiety, or something else?
Letting me know who's going to be there will help me prepare the best posing.
Is this your first time? If not, did you have a good experience/bad experience, and why?