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Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I book a session with you?
Feel free to send me a message, give me a call, or use the contact form on my website to get in touch with me about booking a session.
How long does it take to get my photos back?
For family, engagement, seniors & lifestyle sessions I try to deliver galleries within' two weeks. Please keep in mind that I am a momma of four, and sometimes life happens, so editing times may be extended. Editing times may also be extended during the busy season which usually falls between the months of August-November. Weddings take 4-6 weeks to complete. Rush fees will apply to those needing sessions edited before my turnaround time.
What should I wear to my session?
-Pick a neutral color palette and build from there.
-Try to avoid mixing too many patterns together, or putting too many individuals in patterned clothing.
-Avoid putting everyone in the same color/style of clothing. Over matching makes everyone blend together.
- Have fun with accessories!
-Try to avoid bright, and neon colors.
-Stay away from clothing with large logos, and characters.
-If you are wearing a dress, try to pick something below the knee for your comfort; I often have you sitting and standing many times during your session.
-Pastels, and light neutrals photograph beautifully in the spring and summer.
-Jewel Tones ( maroon, mustard, teal, plum, and forest green) photograph beautifully in the fall, & winter, as well as darker neutrals.
-Dress for the weather so you are comfortable during your session.
Do you deliver ever image you take?
I do not deliver every image I take. During the editing process, I eliminate out of focus images, as well as those with unflattering expressions and bad lighting. I also delete duplicate images and test shots. I only deliver the best images!
Do you travel?
Yes, I will travel for a session or a wedding. I charge a travel fee for any session/wedding 30 miles away from Buffalo, Wyoming.
What rights do I have to the digital prints?
You have the right to print images from your session. However, you may not sell them for profit or publish them without written consent from Dani Jerry Photography. I do appreciate credit given on social media or other platforms. Please do not edit or change them in any way.
How are our images delivered?
Your images are uploaded to an online viewing gallery. This gallery is password protected, and only those who you share the link and password with will have access. In this gallery, you will also be given the opportunity to download both high resolution, and social media sized copies of your images.
Can I bring pets to my session?
Of course you can! Pets are always welcome on my sessions, but please make sure you bring a leash. They are welcome to be off leash in areas that do not have a leash law. I am also comfortable taking photos around horses, cattle and other livestock.
What is your photography style?
My style is organic. I like photographing my clients in a natural environment with natural lighting if I can. I do use external lighting if needed. I tend to stay away from too many props, and distractions. I live for capturing raw, candid moments, but I also help guide you during our session so you feel comfortable with posing naturally. I want you to feel comfortable, and have fun during your session with me. My editing style is natural, with contrast and pops of color.
Do you provide original, raw image files?
No, I do not. Images from your session are edited to reflect my style. Editing is a standard practice for most photographers.
What time of day is best for scheduling a session?
When scheduling a session, I do my best to time our session together to best fit your needs. However, there are certain times of the day that are more flattering to shoot in. I like to shoot during golden hour which is an hour before sunset. This is when the light is the most flattering. The soft, diffused lighting during golden hour is flattering for skin tones, and creates even lighting on the skin. I have more artistic control over lighting when the lighting is softer. I try to avoid shooting at high noon, and during the afternoon when the sun is high in the sky. Not only does this create squinty eyes, but the shadows also tend to be harsh as well.
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