Is a mini session or full session right for your family?! Here are some things to consider…
A full portrait session gives us a full hour to spend taking photos which means that we will have time for a greater variety of photos. A mini session gives us only 20 minutes. However, if you have toddlers, this is sometimes all they have an attention span for! So there are pluses and minuses to each length option, depending on your needs.
Another thing to think about is with a full session, you can select the date and location. If you have your heart set on having your photos in a certain place, for example your home or your favorite park. Or, like most of the families I work with, you are busy, and there are only certain days of the week on which you are available to do a family session. If this is the case, a full session is going to be the better option for you. However, if you are not picky about your location, and your availability is flexible, it might be a better fit for you to do a mini session.
In either case, I’m here to capture your family. This means that no matter the length of your session or the location, I will still be able to create some beautiful family photos. Not only that, but whether you are doing a full session or a mini session, I will still provide the service of helping you select your prints, products, and other tangible heirlooms for you to keep your family memories preserve for years to come.
Are you thinking about a family session? Let’s chat so I can answer any questions you have and tell you a bit more about the process!!
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