FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do we view our images?


A week or so after our session we'll virtually meet where I'll present a beautiful slideshow of your images. It is best to ensure all decision makers are present to help you choose the perfect art work for your home. I'll be there to guide you through the whole process of choosing your favourites and then creating the perfect collection for your home.




What are your prices?


To give you an idea, our framed wall art and collages start at $778, with print packages starting at $1378. Some clients spend a couple of hundred dollars, some spend a couple of thousand depending on their budget and what they are looking for. We have many different products and packages to suit all budgets so we are more than happy to give you a detailed quote over the phone by asking a few questions and working out what may work for you. All art comes finished, ready to display and come with a lifetime guarantee.




What products are available?


All our products are of the highest standard and come with life time guarantees. Our wall art comes in framed, canvas or floating acrylic options - all you have to do is find a suitable wall space where you can proudly show them off. WALL ART - Wall art is an ornamental piece designed to be hung on the wall so that it can be viewed from any point in the room. Most importantly, it must complement the room and we will be there to assist you in selecting the best finish (frame, canvas, acrylic) for your lifestyle and decor. OFF THE WALL - Off the wall products are collections or single prints that you can display in our albums or box sets.




How long does a shoot take?


Depending on the style of shoot we are doing we normally allow approximately an hour. As an example, a newborn/baby shoot may be closer to 1.5/2 hrs.




What payment options do you offer?


For your convenience we can assist you with flexible payment options such as our take home lay-by. We also accept and major credit and debit cards.





By letting your kids see your photos from the past and the present, they become connected to their own story.