October 17, 18, 24, November 7
5 digital images
option to purchase prints and cards
Back by popular demand!
It's time for
FALL MINI SESSIONS
What is a Fall mini session? A short photoshoot with Meg at a specific location in Central Park/ Ft. Tryon Park. This shoot is particularly great for families who would like to mail out holiday cards and just need a few images rather than a full one hour shoot. It's also the PERFECT time of year for outdoor photos. The air is crisp but not too cold, the leaves are changing, and the smell of FALL is in the air!
What can I expect from a mini-shoot? You will have a specific time and place for your shoot. Within your 30 minute time slot, we will have the opportunity to play around with a few different poses, with or without props, and have some candid family fun time as well. (leaf pile anyone?) It's a fun family time without the pressure of a full hour photoshoot.
Will I receive digital images? Yes! Your mini-shoot comes with five fully edited digital images. Within a week of your mini-shoot you'll receive an online gallery or meet with Meg in person to view your images (roughly 30-40) from your shoot. From there, you can choose up to 5 images to keep, or purchase extra images if you love them all! Prints and gifts are also available for purchase. This year I'll be offering an exclusive product to my Fall Mini Session clients!
Will I have time to do two outfits? Probably not. Because of the nature of the mini-shoot you'll only have 25 minutes and you probably don't want to waste them with a costume change. If you feel strongly that you'd like to do two outfits, I recommend booking two time slots. This would be a good option for those who would like photos of their kid's Halloween costume!
Can I have longer than 25 minutes? Yes. There is an option to book two time slots back to back so you won't feel rushed at all.
Other info: Mini Shoots are $200. A $150 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your time slot. This deposit can be made online by CC through Honeybook. In the event of bad weather or illness, the shoot can be rescheduled. I suggest you arrive 15 minutes before your shoot time so you don't waste a moment of your 25 minute shoot. The remaining balance is due the day of your shoot.