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Client Shoot – Parker Family

on Oct 25, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

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Lesson learned; do not take toddlers to new and exciting areas for pictures! My niece Alora couldn’t get enough of running around the gardens at BYU-I. The images you see here are the few that she isn’t squirming to run out and play, indeed pictures were the last thing on her mind  the composite of the Parker family illustrates it well, wiggling with all her might to get down and play!
This shoot lasted a little more than an hour (10/14/12) at the BYU-I gardens, most of which involved chasing Alora all over the gardens! Simple edits on most, levels, saturation, and exposure. On a couple images I took glasses out of my sister (Rachel)’s pocket, or removed people walking through the background. I am always amazed at how well the band aid brush does with that!
We had a brief pre-shoot meeting that same day, outlining the type of location and style they were looking for. Once their determined they were look for an outdoor look, I showed them images I had taken with Rexburg nature backdrops. They liked the BYU-I garden images, which is where we headed.
In my client page area of my website I provided the parkers a zipped file of small raw images for them to pick out the ones they liked. After receiving their input, I took the images back and edited them. I then replaced the raw image zip with a zipped file of their finished-unwatermarked images, ready for print.
As they were family, I gave them the 15 finished images for $25  They paid cash upfront, and signed the model release the same day.
If this were a non-family shoot, I would have obtained the payment after work completed, obtained the model release the same day, and only given blog size digital negatives unless paid for prints.
I enjoyed this shoot, and have since booked another family shoot in the coming weeks!
-Paul Chris Luke

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