Friday, January 28, 2011

What to Expect

About Sarah {me}

I love taking pictures of people being themselves. My favorite part of a session is trying to figure a person out, and capture his/her unique essence in the photos.

I live in Winston Salem, NC with my 3 kids, husband and doggy (who, let's be honest, is like a fourth child).

Please check out my portfolio of some of my favorite images here:

If you love my style please message me at to set up a photo session! 

Sarah and her family (Photo credit to Brittany Mauldin Photography)

{Family sessions and Child Sessions} I set aside  1 to 2 hours for these sessions although it probably won't take that long. I just want to be sure there is plenty of time for the children to get comfortable, outfit changes, and to capture different settings and images. I also like to photograph children separately during family sessions to give you many beautiful individual portraits to choose from. Feel free to incorporate your child's favorite toy, or a family heirloom in the photos. Whatever will personalize the photos for you. Bring a snack and drink along so that we can keep the models (kids) happy!

{Newborn sessions} can last between 2 and 3 hours (sometimes up to 4 hours) This gives time for feedings and to keep the baby happy. Dont hesitate to nurse if needed, change diapers and all that wonderful baby stuff! While some newborns sleep the whole session, I know what it's like to have a cranky baby, I've been there and I will be patient while we wait for the little one to come around if needed.

{After the Session}
I will put a sneak peak of a few of your photos on my facebook fanpage within a few days after the session and I will email you with a password within 2 weeks after the session so that you can view your edited images and place your print order in my password protected online gallery. The average gallery has 25 to 30 photos to choose from. You will then have 30 days to place your order.


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