What are the "proofs"? Are they low or high resolution?
Proofs are minimally-edited low-resolution digital photos included with any package.
Their purpose within your online gallery is just to identify favorite photos for further editing and optional display.
They go through Standard editing
only, placed into your gallery, delivered in a social-friendly size
ready for sharing, and you can even make small prints with them.
Optionally, you can upgrade them to high resolution. Note that all commercial, events, weddings, and all-day portrait sessions include proofs in high resolution. Some of them can be edited on an Enhanced level, as included in the package, or ordered after the shoot.
What are the packages I see in the online gallery? How do they work?
The packages you see in your online gallery are different from the service packages that you usually discuss before booking. Unlike outlining the hours, travel fees, number of edited images, etc., these are presets of shopping cart items that are ...
Will I get all photos in high resolution?
High resolution images come standard in all commercial, event, and wedding packages. They are also included in the all-day portrait sessions as an incentive. All portrait sessions that are half-day and shorter include only fully retouched Enhanced ...
How can I download images from a gallery?
Downloading is disabled until all tasks are completed, i.e., post-processing, cards, books, albums, canvas prints, etc. First, the studio needs to finish all work on the associated shoot. The gallery owner will receive an email when gallery becomes ...
Can we do our own prints or albums or do we have to go through you?
By all means! First, after the image preparation (see "How soon will I see my photos?") you will have your own online gallery to view and share with your friends and family. What's more, the same gallery serves as an ordering system during our ...
Can I get RAW files in addition to high-resolution JPEGs that we purchase?
Sorry, no, but we may mean different things by "raw". If you just mean your images in digital format (sometimes incorrectly referred to as "digital negatives"), then yes, you will get them, in JPEG format ready for sharing and printing. Professional ...