Jamie B. offers wedding photography, lifestyle photography sessions, and studio photography sessions. She also offers classes for ALL photographers, from beginners, to hobbyists, to entrepreneurs, to professionals. If interested in classes, please fill out the contact form. If interested in sessions read below. If interested in weddings, please visit the ” For the Bride ” Section. Contact Jamie B. via the contact form or email (email@example.com) for pricing information on any of the above services.
All of Jamie B’s sessions include:
A flash drive of edited high resolution images
Full copyrights to your photos
An online backup/ordering gallery
Photos delivered within 3 weeks
**Shoots can be rescheduled, but please try to give 24 hours notice. Also, try to arrive a couple of minutes early as Jamie schedules all shoots according to the available light and if you are late, the session will not be extended.
What to Expect
Studio – For studio sessions, there is an indoor and an outdoor location (photos from each of these options can be seen on the portfolio tab). The studio is great for family portraits, children’ portraits, senior portraits and boudoir. For most sessions, Jamie splits the time between the inside and the outside, unless you choose to have the entire session in one area or the other. Inside the studio, she shoots a variety of poses both standing and sitting, with a variety of backdrops including white, gray and wood. The outside area is a rustic setting with California native plants and a path.
On Location – Jamie has a variety of places she likes to shoot and she can definitely recommend places for you. The locations must be within 20 miles of San Clemente, otherwise a travel fee may apply. To choose a location, consider colors in your home, places your family likes to go, and the ease of the location for your children. Also consider if you want the session to take place in a beach, nature, rustic, or urban setting. Sessions on location typically last around an hour but sometimes are a little shorter or longer. The preferred time to shoot at most locations is one hour before the sun sets.