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Albany, GA Photographer | From First Call to Delivery: The Process Explained

One of the best ways I serve my clients here in South Georgia is by crafting a full-service experience from start to finish. I'll never forget when it dawned day I asked a client how her family portrait looked hanging on the wall. Her answer? "Oh, I never got around to printing it. I'm not even sure where I put that flash drive."


From that day forward I knew that creating beautiful artwork was only a piece of the puzzle. I had to make the entire process easy! Communication, accessibility, and heirloom quality products to showcase your images became the hallmark of my business.

So let's talk process for a minute!

Before your session, we'll meet for an in-person consultation at the studio; this is where we'll pick the perfect products for your style and plan out the details of your session.

We'll have a fun, relaxed time at your session, and then approximately two weeks later we'll meet again for your Reveal & Ordering appointment.

This is the BEST part! We'll watch a slideshow of all your edited images and I'll help you choose the perfect ones for print.

Once your products arrive you may choose to stop by the studio and pick them up or have them delivered and installed!

All along the way I am available to answer questions, offer styling advice, and more. I'll also send guides to help prepare you for what's coming up. By the end, my clients have become like family. The process is just what gets us there.

Don't take my word for it though! Here's what Abby had to say following her maternity and newborn shoot: "I was skeptical...thinking pictures could not be a good experience when you're 30+ weeks pregnant. I was proved wrong though! From the moment I walked into the studio she made sure I was comfortable and taken care of. She made the whole process enjoyable for me. I was also stunned by her patience with my newborn. She handled him with such love and care. She let me be involved as much or as little as I wanted! The pictures turned out so beautiful, but the experience was even more beautiful for me."


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