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Frequently Asked Questions

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Can I pay by cash on the day?

Of course! I know it is slowly dying but feel free to pay by cash on the day of your session. Deposit can be paid straight away online when you book your session or can be made via bank transfer.

How many outfit changes should i bring for a headshot session?

Depending on the package you choose, I would recommend 3-4 for the shorter session and 5-6 for the longer sessions. It is always handy to bring more that you will need as we can work together to suit the outfits to your specific needs/ types of looks you would like to achieve. 

Do you prefer certain colours?

Natural and earthy colours are my preference. Browns, Blues Greens, but also Dark colours always seem to work best with my backdrops. If you have white t-shirts make sure to bring some overshirts or jackets as layering up these options alway work well.

Do you have a coffee machine?

OH ABSOLUTELY. I can whip you up a Flat white/ Cappuccino/ Latte/ Americano/ Espresso in no time. Please let me know if you require any alternative milks.

What if I am running late?

If you are running late to your session, I get it, the tubes can sometimes be a nightmare. Please do message me and keep me updated with your ETA. If it becomes unreasonable or most of the session time is up you may be asked to pay 50% of the session price and the session will be cancelled and you will have to rebook. 

 

The same goes for not showing up to your session without prior notice or a cancellation within 24 hours. All clients can reschedule their session outside of this 24 hour period. 

 

 

How should I prepare?

First of all make sure you are drinking enough water at least a few days before our photoshoot. This will work WONDERS and really hydrate your skin keeping you fresh and shining ( like the star you are ).

I would not recommend going out and drinking lots of alcohol the night before the session - save that until after we are getting close ups of your eyes - we don't want any tired looking headshots.

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