Question: What does editing the photos consist of?

When we edit the photos we tone each image you receive for high quality and retouch them to fix imperfections. However, there are some changes that are more time intensive, for example, smoothing out splotchy sunburn, slimming someone down by 10 pounds, swapping heads, opening someone's eyes or taming flyaway hair - what I call changing reality. With large groups with smaller children, we can sometimes take a smiling face from one photo and place it on another, if the pose is the same. To change an image with major touch-ups, the cost is $15 a photo in addition to the normal editing fee. 

Question: What to do when is windy?

Sometimes we can face windy days out on the beach, unfortunately, we can't control mother nature, but we've listed some tips to avoid windblown hair on days like this. Secure sections of hair and flyways with bobby pins, barrettes, hair clips, and headbands. You can opt to have your hairstyle half-up and you might want to try some hairspray.

Question: How does this whole process work?

The easiest way to set up a session is to call 843-298-2099 and set up a portrait session. On the day of the shoot please arrive a few minutes early to ensure that your whole family is good to go by the time of the shoot and have all arrived. After the session, you will receive an email (usually within 7 to 10 business days) of all of the pictures from the session. If you have prepaid for any edits, simply refer to the individual picture numbers in the email, and email us the photo numbers for which you would like to have edited

Question: What about outfit changes?

There is no extra charge for outfit changes during the allotted session time.

Question: What happens if it rains?

We will try our best to reschedule your session if it rains. When booking a session, try to avoid booking on the last day you will be in town so that if it rains, you might have an opportunity to reschedule (if schedule permitting).

Question: Are you aware that this is the best value on Hilton Head?

Yes. Thank you for noticing!