My First Fall Minis – A Review

This fall I started something new – portrait minis, a simplified take on my regular portrait sessions to allow accessibility for all. This is something I will only offer a couple of times a year. Standard photo shoots still allow for a more customized experience which is why they make up a larger part of my business. But for those of you who do not have the budget for such an experience, or have already done so at some point and now just want some updated shots (of the kids, professional head shots, the whole family, or otherwise) this provides a great low-cost option.

Mini sessions are organized in time slots all on the same day in the same location, with a small time commitment of only 20-30 minutes. The session includes files that you can print from yourself,  but fine art prints, custom greeting cards and other keepsake items are also available to add before or after the shoot.

Here are some of the ones I photographed in October. Starting with Christian, a writer and actor who needed some new head shots and was super charming and lovely to work with;


Followed by Julia & Tony, who each wanted their own separate shoot as well as some shots together. Julia, a fantasy writer, was looking for an author portrait. Tony wanted something for a professional presence online and some images with his amazing car that he rebuilt, his pride & joy. I had a blast with these two, they showed up looking so classy on this rainy day and I was very happy with the resulting images.

tonyjuliaAnd lastly, Corey and Tracy who wanted some couple photos that weren’t taken on their wedding day.

tracycoreyTo find out more about portrait mini sessions, click the image below to see the details & FAQs on my website.


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