FAQs

- How do I book a session? To book a session, use the contact form on this site or email me directly at SoFilledwithLove@gmail.com. 

-What does a typical session look like? A typical session lasts about an hour at an outdoor location of your choice. I try to make it relaxed and fun, and while some of the portraits will be posed, I also try to capture the natural moments in between. Please let me know prior to the session what specific poses and groupings that you want. Also, let me know if you plan to do a "wardrobe change" during the session.  I'm always willing to incorporate your ideas, so don't be shy if you have any suggestions. 

A mini session is a shortened version of a full session. Sessions last about 20 minutes at a scheduled location. These sessions are more structured due to time constraints but still allow time for specific photos and fun shots! I typically schedule multiple mini sessions in one day, so please arrive promptly to assure your full 20 minute session.

-What if it rains? Overcast days are great, but if it rains, we will need to reschedule the session for a time when it's not raining. I will make the decision regarding the original session at least an hour before the scheduled time and will contact you to let you know.

-What payment options do you take? I take cash and checks made out to Ashley Johnson.

-How do I see my photos after the session? Once the session is complete, I will share your photo gallery site within a week. You will have two weeks to make your photo selections from the site and download directly from there. Photos will be available to download for one month after the session.

-Where do I print my photos? To research this topic myself, I ordered the same prints in different sizes from a common drug store, Shutterfly, and MPix Pro. I would highly suggest using MPix Pro to print your photos. The quality of the print and the clarity of the color were most true to the original photo. Shutterfly also offered a great product for the price, though the quality was not as clear as the photos from MPixPro.