How do we get our photos?

Beautiful online gallery of your photos with access to purchase prints, or download high resolution files.

How many photos do we get?

The number of photos you will receive depends on several factors, such as the duration of the session, the type of event or session, and any specific package or agreement we have discussed. I aim to provide a generous selection of high-quality images that capture the essence of the occasion.

Do you retouch?

Each image you receive is meticulously edited to enhance color, contrast, exposure, and style. While minor adjustments may be made for temporary imperfections like blemishes and pimples, extensive facial retouching, wrinkle removal, or body reshaping are not included in my standard wedding packages and can be provided at an extra cost.

Whats your turn around time?

2 week maximum turnaround of photos for family, single session sport, and senior sessions. Event and professional photos have a 4-6 week lead time.

How do we book you?

Booking with me is simple! To initiate the booking process, please contact me via the contact us page, which you can find on my website. We will discuss your photography needs, including the type of session, preferred date and location, and any specific requests you may have. Once we confirm the details and agree on a package or session, I will provide you with a contract to review and sign. A 50% retainer fee may be required to secure your booking, and the remaining balance can be settled prior to the day of the session. I'm excited to work with you and capture beautiful memories!

Why Natural Light?

As a photographer, I choose to work primarily in natural light because it offers a unique and authentic aesthetic that cannot be replicated with artificial lighting. Natural light allows me to capture the true colors, textures, and atmosphere of a scene, creating a more organic and visually appealing result. It also provides a more comfortable and relaxed environment for my clients, allowing them to feel at ease and enabling me to capture genuine emotions and moments.

Do you help with posing?

Absolutely! Part of my role is to guide and direct you during the photoshoot. I understand that not everyone feels comfortable in front of the camera, and I have experience working with individuals of all levels of experience and comfort. I will provide posing suggestions and gentle instructions to help you feel more at ease and capture your best angles. My goal is to create a relaxed and enjoyable environment where you can be yourself, resulting in natural photographs that showcase you and your families unique beauty and personality as you interact with one another.

What should we wear?

When it comes to choosing outfits for a family photoshoot, it's best to coordinate rather than match perfectly. Opt for complementary colors and styles that reflect your family's personality and the desired mood of the photos. Avoid busy patterns or logos that might distract from the overall composition. Consider the location and season, and aim for a cohesive look without everyone wearing the exact same outfit. Ultimately, wear something that makes you feel comfortable and confident, as it will translate into beautiful photographs capturing the genuine connections within your family. Pinterest is also a great tool to use for inspiration.

Do you deliver in Black & White?

While the majority of the images I deliver will be in color, a select few will be delivered in black and white when I believe it better complements the image.

Is the retainer refundable?

In the event of cancellation or rescheduling by the Client, the retainer fee is non-refundable.

In the event of cancellation or rescheduling by the Photographer, the retainer fee shall be refunded to the Client.

Why name your company baa prints when the nature of photography is digital?

Our name was chosen to evoke a sense of playfulness and creativity while also acknowledging the traditional association of prints with photography. Although photography has increasingly embraced the digital medium, the term "prints" serves as a nod to the roots of photography as a physical art form. It reflects the idea that photographs can still be tangible and cherished as printed works of art, even in the digital age.