Will I get to choose the photos for your retouching?
Certainly! We also invite you to let us make our decision for the portraiture sessions since this serves as the logical finale to the visual thought process started during the shoot. We know exactly what we were aiming to achieve at the shoot and we want to finish the job we started, and fully materialize our artistic vision the way you expected from us.
On a technical side, it is also easier for us to assess which images would benefit the most from the advanced retouching or have a hidden potential for a dramatic enhancement.
By all means, if you have your heart set on some images, just let us know!
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 we see our photos that you took?
Each booking will lead to creating an online gallery and this is where all photos will go when ready. The gallery is password-protected (different from your account password) but you can freely give access to your friends and family. This gallery is ...
How do I select my favorites? Can I send you image file names or screenshots?
No. Please click a heart next to any image. The "Favorites" menu above the images will display a counter. You can then review your favorites as you progress and de-select to narrow them down. Once done, please click Submit Favorites from the menu ...
Is retouching included and to what extent?
Many photographers will rely on the camera's auto-processing and not post-process any images, or will only process selected photos. Resulting images may be imperfect (too dark, tinted, unnatural skin tones, etc.) We, on the other hand, only shoot in ...
How many photos will I get?
You will get them all, except for test shots, accidental duplicates, missed-focus, and unrecoverable faulty shots which are deleted during the initial revision (culling). While we don't cap ourselves, we normally don't "spray and pray" as less ...