Maternity Sessions Frequent Asked Questions
What is the best age to have a portrait session for my kids?
Great question! You can’t go wrong from when you are expecting them to when they finish college, any and every age is perfect and has its own particular beauty. We have special packages from when you are pregnant, newborn and their first year. After this, every year is a great plan, especially during those early years when a child’s appearance changes so dramatically, so fast. In short, the perfect time is now!
What should we wear?
Feel free to express yourself, but as Coco Chanel said: Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance.
Hint: Nice plain clothes and jeans are always great. Don’t overdo the patterns and prints, especially on adults. Let your kids shine, not the clothes. Still can’t decide what to wear?
Email me and will send you some ideas!
Where will be the session held and how long will be?
Your family session could take place at your home, a park or your garden, if you want a wonderful rice field landscape with mountains you are welcome to come to Los Banos.
If you are up for the trip, we could go to a nearby beach (additional transport charge)
Family sessions can take from 1 to max 2 hours, it depends of the age of your children.
What happens after the session?
About 2-3 weeks after your session, I will email you with a password for your private online proofing gallery. The online gallery will remain active for 14 days. You can choose the collections and products that you want.
Once full payment is received your prints, wall art or albums will be ordered; they can take 3-4 weeks for delivery. All images will be stored and archived after 60 days.
Payment can be made by deposit on a bank account, credit card, or cash.
What happens if my kid gets sick on the session date? Can we change the date?
Just let me know. Sick kids are not in the best mood, and really: who is? I want this experience to be a great memory for you and your family but of course, it’s your call: A runny nose generally isn’t going to get them down, but a fever likely will.