Spring Mini Sessions - Kaye Photography



Spring Mini Sessions!

May 10th, 2014

Hart Park

7300 Chestnut Street Wauwatosa, WI 53213

*This one day special has limited spots available running from 8:30am – 4:30pm. Please be sure to book your session before they are gone.* 920-904-0480 stephanie@kayephotography.com

Do you have little ones that seem to grow at the blink of an eye? An almost teen that’s turning into an adult right before your eyes? Mini sessions are a great way to catch a quick memory for those that have been meaning to get professional portraits taken and just haven’t had the time or money to do so.

Mini sessions are quick. Lasting 10- 15 minutes in length. Be sure to arrive early so you can be checked in and ready to go; And as to not be late and miss your session.

The cost per session is just $15!

Ordering is done at an ordering session that will also be scheduled when you set up your Mini Session. The following dates will be available for Ordering Sessions May 14th, 15th & 20th from 9am to 8pm.

Various products will be available for purchase at your ordering session including High Resolution Digital Images with personal usage rights, Prints, Gallery Wraps, and Stand out Mounts.

Mini Session FAQ:

How many people can be in the session? There is a maximum of three people allowed for these Mini Sessions.

Outfit Changes? The nature of the Mini Session does not allow time for clothing changes. Please be in the attire you wish to be photographed in by the time your session starts. However if you wish for clothing changes please inquire about a Full Session and all the options that go with it.

Uncooperative Child? It is uncommon but as most parents know sometimes children just won’t cooperate. They might refuse to be photographed, may be hungry, tired, sick, or stubborn. I will try my best to get good usable images. In the event that we are unable to get any images your session fee will be cancelled and you will be contacted for a future mini session date if you wish to try again.

What to wear? The subject should wear something that fits their personality. Sometimes its fun to let a little girl dress herself for these mini sessions (with a little help from mom) Tutu and cowboy boots and all are a great way to capture their personality. For those of you who don’t plan on play clothes or dress up. Here are some good rules of thumb: Solid colors work best. Nothing loud or neon. Something that is flattering to your shape. Keep it simple.

Rain? If it rains another mini session day will be rescheduled.

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