Raleigh Maternity and Newborn Photographer » Lina Jarmond Photography

FAQs

When to schedule a newborn session?
If you love the curled-up look in my newborn photography, it is achieved during the first ten days of your baby’s life. I am generally booked a few weeks in advance, so it’s great when I am contacted as early as possible to book a session and to get on my calendar. More about my approach to photographing your newborn is here.
Newborn photography is my specialty, and this article talks about on what to look for when booking a newborn photographer.
However, it’s never too late to photograph your newborn. Babies change so quick, and I want you to remember those changing details. If you already had your baby or he/she is a few weeks old, don’t hesitate – give me a call!

How much should I plan to spend on my portraits?
Custom photography is more of a luxury than your entry level cookie cutter chain experience. It’s truly not for everyone, it requires a level of commitment, investment in time and money, forethought and planning on the part of the subject/client and requires a larger time commitment for the photographer as well. Typically, my clients invest anywhere from $1000 to $3000. Such investment allows them to own all of the images from their session in a custom made album, session box or digitally as well as large wall portraits of their very favorite images. You can read more about the cost of custom photography here

In person ordering session – what is that?
Once your images are ready, we schedule a meeting at your house to view images and order products in person. You will be able to see all the product samples, choose designs and layouts for albums, touch and feel everything I offer to make the best investment decision. We’ll also look around your house for places you might want to hang your portraits and together we will group, arrange and plan your display.

I want to have my pictures from the session on my computer, can I get them on USB key or via digital download?
All print collections (Collection I, II and III) include web-sized digital negatives via digital download, ideal for Facebook, email and personal blog. Full resolution digital negatives are available for purchase and they come on USB key.