ANSWERS TO THE MOST POPULAR QUESTIONS 🤔⬇️⬇️⬇️

❓ How long will it take to get my photos?
✅ It all depends on how busy my schedule is. Each selected image is individually processed and edited, so the average waiting time is about 4-6 weeks. Sometimes longer.

❓ What happens if you get sick or injured and can’t photograph me?
✅ We are all humans and we all know that sometimes unpredictable things can happen. If I get sick I will contact you as soon as I can and we will reschedule your photo session. If this is something that can’t wait (like a newborn session) I would advise you to search for someone else and will give you back the deposit.

❓ Do I get the copyright to my photos?
✅ The copyright belongs solely to the photographer. There is an option to buy out the copyright, but not everyone can afford it.

❓ What if I need to reschedule or cancel?
✅ There shall be no refund of retainer after booking. If the session is cancelled within one week of the date, the client shall pay the balance of the package assigned to the contract due to high probability that the photographer will not be able to further book that date. If you need to reschedule a rebooking fee of $40 will be applied.

❓ How many photos will I get?
✅ Though many images will be recorded, any image with closed eyes, motion blue or that does not meet photographer’s quality standards will not be shown. Photographer chooses to show only the best images for purchase consideration. The minimum number of images depends on chosen package.

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