“Wow, that wasn’t as long or painful as I thought it was going to be.”
That’s the comment I get quite often from new clients who have gone through a portrait session with me. Usually it’s from the dads or in individual head shot sessions the men. Most people think that going to a portrait photographer is like going to a dentist.
I believe in giving my portrait clients the best possible experience—however I know that most people are in a rush—time crunch—so I try to get people in and out as soon as possible. This is especially true with business portraits. Time is money so I don’t like to waste my clients time. However I do work to capture the essence of the client—their personality—in the allotted time I have. We photograph tethered to a tv monitor so you can see what we’re capturing as the session is taking place. This usually helps people relax and know that it’s going much better than they thought. For most the reaction is “hey, that’s not too bad!” after seeing the first few images on the larger screen.Read More