At Jennifer D. Photography, our goal is to give you a unique photography experience. Together, we will create exceptional and beautiful photos that you and your family will cherish for years to come. After we discuss precise goals for your session, we will choose the perfect location (outdoors or in studio) to capture your heirloom photos. After photo editing is complete, you will be able to choose to have an online gallery presented to you, or we can meet in person and go over all your choices. Once you choose your favorites you can then select any products you would like to purchase.
All sessions are 30-45 minutes long and include digital images. Packages start at $499 for family sessions. Please inquire for a full pricing list.
How long will my session be?
What locations are available?
What if I want more images after my session?
Do I have to order prints through you?
What if I lose my images?
I am the type of photographer who goes with the flow of the session. If I am shooting a couple who needs little direction we can complete a session in 20-30 minutes. If there is a child who needs some time to warm up we take that time and our session could be up to an hour. I never rush a session. My client's comfort is the most important part of the session.
My studio makes the prefect location! If you prefer outdoors anywhere within 20 miles of Quakertown, PA can be chosen without a travel fee. I have many locations in Upper Bucks County I can suggest to make the perfect backdrop for your dream session.
You are able to buy images A la' Carte after your session at the rate of $25 per image.
No, I do offer prints and metals through my lab which I can guarantee top of the line quality. I never force my client's to buy through me. I however can not be held responsible if your images are not sharp or are discolored when printing with a third party lab.
I hold on to the files for 3 months. After that I only keep what will be used for future advertisement. It is the client's responsibility to check and hold onto their images once they are delivered. Multiple back ups are suggested as technology can be fickle.