How big is the box?
It’s just over a metre square and sits just above half a metre from the floor. You can get a family of four in it.
If I have a particular theme I want to do how does that work?
Once you have booked your session I will contact you for a pre consultation and during that time we can discuss everything you are looking for from the session.
How long does a session last?
The session takes around an hour, which gives plenty of time to change outfits/props etc.
Do I get a choice of frame for my finished product?
Yes, of course. Frames are available in black, white, silver, natural, walnut and gold. Other options are available if none of these suits.
How long does it take to view the images?
Please allow up to 10 days. Once the images have been taken I’ll put them into the correct sequence, which suits the stack of cubes. You get to view the layout and make small changes before it goes off to print.
How long will it take before I receive my finished frame?
Once ordered my supplier aims to have your product to me within 5 to 10 days. Once it arrives here then I will check it myself before contacting you.
How do you get the finished product to me?
Once your photo frame is ready then I’ll contact you to collect it from me. Your digital image will be emailed.
Can I buy gift vouchers for someone else to do this session?
Yes you can but I would suggest that you purchase a full package. This means that the recipient receives the session and framed image.
How long are the images available to view after the session?
Your password protected online gallery will be available for 2 weeks after your session date. I will email a link and password to the email address you provide at booking. Your gallery will be hosted for 2 weeks only.
What happens if I book a session and then a member of my family is ill?
I’m happy to reschedule your session. Please give me 24 hours notice before the shoot. If your child has a cold, teething or has a temperature I would prefer to reschedule the session. If your child is feeling under the weather they certainly won’t enjoy having photographs taken.