There are many choices when it comes to picking your photographers in Utah, I’m always honored when a client trusts me enough to document their family. Here are two reasons that could mean we are NOT a good fit:
- If you just want a few quick group photos. Whether your shoot is 20 minutes or 60 minutes, I still have to plan, travel, shoot, download, edit, upload, and deliver your gallery. Which means even if your shoot is really short, it’s still a lot of work for me. Not to mention, if you take all the time to plan outfits, get everyone together, and get ready for the shoot, you want your effort to be worth it (and so do I!). My happiest clients are ones that care a lot about their photos (so they appreciate my attention to detail and knowledge of natural and candid “posing”). They spend time planning what they are wearing, and then come to their shoot and let me take over. That frees them up to enjoy their family which makes it possible for me to capture relationships and personalities during their session.
- If you want 100% candids. My style is first “everyone looking and smiling” and then candid second. I always deliver both, but my first priority is always the group family shot with everyone looking and smiling. I capture the sweet candid moments that happen in-between those shots and it makes for a nice balance. I always send a questionnaire to each client where you can tell me which way your preference leans which will affect the way I run your shoot (and how much time I give between the looking and smiling pictures). This mom preferred candid and this is a sample of what I sent her.
Want to know what this Mom said about her images?
“LEXI!! These are so incredible. We love all of them. Thank you so much for being patient with our children and capturing the sweetest pictures of them. You are amazing!” -Shae D.
Utah Family Photographer, Utah Photographers
Utah County, Park City, Salt Lake City