An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.”
― Martin Buber
WHAT DOES A SESSION COST?
For a 30 minute Pet Session in Woodbury, the session fee is $75(plus tax). This includes one location choice and nets 8-10 fully edited proofs to view in a password-protected on-line gallery as well as one full-resolution digital download of your choice. You may prefer to have more time and proofs to document your pet friend or to also be included in the some the images with your pet. In that event, we will upgrade your session to include 20-30 fully edited proofs with a session fee of$100 (plus tax).
ARE DIGITAL IMAGES INCLUDED IN THE SESSION FEE?
One full-resolution digital image download is included in the session fee once the session fee is paid in full. Additional digital image rights are not included in the session fee, but can be purchased individually or as a set according to your session type. For information on prints and products pricing as well as digital image rights pricing, visit my Product Menu.
HOW DO WE BOOK?
To book a session please contact the studio at 651-578-7100.The Pet Session fee is due in full at the time of booking which secures our date and time as well as your re-booking order should we need to reschedule due to poor weather or illness.
WHEN CAN WE EXPECT TO SEE OUR GALLERY?
With shorter session types, I strive for a one week turnaround time from the date of our session. During the busier months, I will be able to tell you when you book if the lead time is slower than normal.
WHAT SHOULD I DO TO PREPARE?
We will likely be photographing in or around your home in order to set your beloved pet friend at ease. To that end, you may be happiest choosing an area with as much natural light as possible and then tidying that area so that any backgrounds are free from clutter. I suggest having things around that are familiar and comforting to your pet. I will be spending several minutes before we get started taking photos to get acquainted and play with your pet (yay for me!) in order to ease any anxieties before the picture taking begins.