How far in advance should I book Zorz Studios? Will they hold the date? What if the weather goes bad?

How far in advance should I book you? Will you hold the date? What if the weather goes bad?

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. We reserve the right to book multiple smaller jobs on the same day but once you book, any new portrait sessions for that day will be scheduled around yours.

If you worry about committing to the date too far in advance, no need to—we are happy to reschedule with no fees! Whether it's because of the bad weather, feeling sick, or any other unforeseen events on your end, we'll have you covered by offering new dates. Reciprocally, should we get sick or receive a request to cover an inflexible event (a wedding, birthday party, corporate conference, etc.), we will reschedule your portrait session. If we rented a studio or pool for such session, we will cover all associated rebooking fees.

With weddings, you'd be taking a chance with delaying booking us, as you cannot move the date when finding out we are no longer available. The closer you are to your date, the less of availability we will have. Those not taking a chance book 1-2 years in advance. For events and weddings, we hold and commit to your date. 
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