Four steps to booking senior pictures. That’s all it takes to go from inquiry to booking. When I received this email below it made me smile. I love it when client’s literally sound like me when speaking about my work. Then I thought you may not know how simple the process is to go from Inquiry to Booking. It’s all done in four steps.
I am soooo thrilled to have discovered your work! My daughter is finishing up her junior year in high school and I am looking for a photographer to take her senior pictures. The high school is taking care of the shot for the yearbook, and I am looking for someone to take some fun, personal shots that reflect my daughter’s energy and spirit. I am not in the least bit interested in the familiar “cross your arms and lean against a wooden post and smile” type of shot, and Your work is the complete antithesis of that style. Your imagery is such a refreshing break from the old-school senior photos!…
Who is a senior photoshoot for?
A senior photoshoot is for anyone who is sick of the deer caught in headlights look leaning against a tree or in front of a blue background. It’s for people who want to see their daughters true spirit, the mannerisms and looks that make her who she is – her personality.
Step 1: How do I find out more
Please visit my website where there is a ton of information. Once you feel that this is what you want Get in Touch. There’s a couple of brief questions to answer then click submit. I respond within the next business day (M-Fri.).
Why do you need to get on a call? If you’re here it means you’re not looking for cookie cutter. There are so many options that you may not have thought about which we talk through. This is all about how to make this the best experience for YOU.
Step 2: Scheduling a conversation
You receive a link to my calendar and we set-up a call to talk about what you’re looking for. I love hearing about your senior, or even better speaking with both of you. I answer all your questions as well as offer different options that you may not have thought of.
Step 3: Senior Portrait Look Book
After the call you receive my Senior Portrait Look Book with all of the information we reviewed over the call along with images of it all from styling to behind the scenes hair and makeup to final image and product.
Step 4: Book it!
It’s then time to place a deposit. Once that’s received we choose a date. Note, that it’s best to schedule a photoshoot date 4-6 weeks in advance (at a minimum!). You can go to 3 Reasons to Book your Senior Pictures NOW to find out why.
Four steps to booking senior pictures with me; it’s not time intensive and it isn’t difficult. What else can I answer for you? Comment below of Get in Touch.
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