April 7th Mini-Sessions
I am excited to be hosting a mini-session in North Austin on April 7th. This will be at one of my favorite little parks. This park is a hidden gem, it may not look amazing, but it photographs really nice. And, it has great bluebonnets! I have 2-3 more openings for this location.
Thank you for everyone who came out to the beautiful Le San Michele last night. It was a gorgeous session! I am so excited to share the photographs. I will be back out there for sure!
Le San Michele Mini-Sessions
OKAY! I’m super excited about the first spring mini-session series at the gorgeous Le San Michele! These minis are going to be a little different. The are super quick and will be a great time to grab an updated wildflower photo of you cutie/s.
Here is how it works:
Each Session is only 10 minutes for $125
with that you get 5 of the best edited images (more available for purchase)
If you would like more time, you can book back-to-back sessions. Those will be priced the same as my regular minis. 20 minutes for $200 or 30 minutes for $300.
Sessions available: 5:30, 5:40, 7:20
These will go fast so let me know!
I look forward to hearing from you about this upcoming mini. It will be a blast. Go check out Le San Michele’s website, it will be beautiful this time of year. Although it is located outside of Austin, it is really a short drive from downtown.
What are Mini-Sessions Like
I keep mini-sessions fast paced and fun. They are just like a condensed version of a full family session. You will be surprised at how many photos we are able to take in a limited amount of time. 10 minutes may seem like a very short window, but truthfully, we can get a lot of beautiful photographs in that time frame. The purpose of these are really to just capture 5 beautiful images, super simple. Of course, I am offering the option to expand your session if you are looking for a little more time.
Candid or Portrait
Every family has some sort of vision when they come to their photo session. Please feel free to discuss this with me ahead of time so I can do my best to help create your vision. Some families love more posed portrait photographs, while others prefer candid ones. This is totally up to you. Mixing it up is always fun (and what I prefer)where you get a little bit of both.
Do the Parents Have to be in the Photos
The parents do not have to be in the photographs. However, I suggest wearing something that you will be okay being photographed in. Sometimes with younger children we might need someone to step in and help, it is always good to be prepared.