How to book:
Plan your shots. Have a look through my gallery of digital backdrops (link coming soon!) and plan which ones we will be compositing baby into. (Or, if you just want touch ups without using digital backdrops, that is ok too!) When you're shooting for composite, angles, lighting, and backdrop matter! You will need to try to match camera angles on your end, so that the end result looks realistic.
Shoot & Upload. If you haven't already, please contact me! I will send you an upload link (hosted on my end), so that you can upload your images to me for editing. See my tips for shooting your home images here! Photos can be shot with your phone, or your own camera, keeping in mind that the higher the quality you send me, the higher the quality of composite.
Step 3: Deposit :) A 50% deposit & quick contract is required before I begin retouching work. Once received, I will begin working on your images. You will be able to see progress as I work - (I'll send a link ). Images will be completed and loaded up with watermarks. Once you are happy with the edit, the final 50% payment is due. Once I have received payment in full, watermarks will be removed, and you will be able to download your images, with no watermarks. If you are unsure about how many images you will want edited, you can start with my intro rate: $20CDN/ 1 image. This can be applied to the $250 package if you change your mind during the process (or up to a month after shooting). Please note that this is introductory pricing, and is not eligible to be combined with any other offer. If I have previously personally photographed your newborn photos (previous to COVID19) in an in-home session, you are welcome to purchase composite editing, for $20 per photo, or $250 for 25 photos. (Composite editing is not currently included in my in-home studio service).