How far in advance should I book Zorz Studios?

How far in advance should I book you?

It depends on your flexibility and desire to secure us to work for you.

If it's for a portrait session and you are flexible during the weekdays, you can book as late as few days prior to the shoot. Weekends, on the other hand, are often booked up 2-3 months in advance, or further around summer. If you worry about committing to the date too far in advance, no need to—we are happy to reschedule with no fees!

With weddings, you'd be taking a chance, as you cannot move the date when finding out we are no longer available. The closer you are to your date, the less of the chance we will have. Those not taking a risk book 1-2 years in advance. It is prudent and safe.
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