frequently asked questions

Okay I’m in, I want to book you! How do I do it?

YAY! I can’t wait to meet and work with you, it’s going to be a blast! After you’ve checked out my pricing packages and chosen the one you want, either shoot me an email at or contact me here letting me know which package you’re interested in, a general time frame of when you would like to shoot and any locations you have in mind. From there I’ll send back a few date options for you to choose from based off the time frame you gave me. Once we’ve settled on a date, time and location I will email you a contract outlining our agreement as well as an invoice for a $100 non-refundable booking deposit. 

When will I get my images back?

Trust me, I’m just as eager as you are to see the final product! I guarantee you will have your full gallery within two weeks of your shoot date.

Can I have the raw images?

No. I’ve spent many hours perfecting my technique and when you hire me you are hiring my editing style. Any adjustments to my images such as the addition of filters is not allowed.

How will my images be delivered?

I use a digital delivery system called Pixieset to email you your gallery. You will have full access to the online gallery where you can download the entire thing as well as individual images on both web and mobile. I always advice my clients to download the entire gallery to their desktop as the first thing they do.

What if the weather is bad?

Plain and simple - we will get you the best images no matter what. I’m very flexible and willing to work around your schedule as well as the weather’s. I am monitoring the weather all day the day of our shoot and will reach out to you ASAP if I have any concerns.

Help! What should I wear?

When in doubt, stick to neutrals: white, cream, tan, brown, denim - those always turn out great. But no matter what color you’re wearing, make sure it’s an outfit that really speaks to who you are! Stick to what you feel most comfortable and confident in. If you’re a senior you can check out my style guide for gals here and for guys here.

What do you shoot on?

A Canon 5D Mark IV camera body and a Sigma Art 35mm F1.2 lens and Sigma Art 50mm F1.2 lens.

©2020 by Mallorie McBride