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Are you ready to have some Fun? Book a Session with Photomojo Photography and we will have a great time. I am a laid back Photographer who is all about getting those natural smiles, lot's of laughter, goofy expressions and playful interactions.
Q: How do I book?
A: Please contact me, click contact on top of my web page
Q: What type of sessions do I book?
A. Anything goes.
I shoot all my sessions on location. You choose the location where you are most comfortable (home, park, beach, garden, etc.). I can offer suggestions. I do not put a time limit on sessions but you can plan on about 1-3 hour’s. There is enough time allowed for outfit changes and breaks.
You can review all the images images taken, and we can then agree on the best ones to edit. You will also get a copy of all the images (Edited and unedited)
Q: I'M NOT PHOTOGENIC/ALWAYS LOOK WEIRD IN PHOTOS...
A: No worries! Do you know how many people have said that to us that you've seen on our website? Almost all of them. When we photograph you, we just want you to be yourselves. We'll be talking, laughing, walking around and getting into all sorts of fun, so you're going to feel comfortable and have a great time. We’ll find some spots with great light or a great backdrop and hang out there. And we photograph what unfolds.
Q: What gear do you use?
A: I use professional grade Sony Equipment and also carry a backup. I have a variety of lenses, wide angle, zoom, portrait, and telephoto--basically, everything I need & more to do an awesome job with your photographs. I also have professional off-camera flash equipment to make those photo's pop
Q: How long have you been doing what you do? How did you become a photographer?
A: I have been photographing for over 20 years. After years of being just a hobby I took the big step and offered my services out to clients and i enjoyed every minute of it.
I like to give everyone a range of looks so that you are able to use multiple shots for different marketing purposes. Looks can be shot commercial or fashion. I don’t put a limit on the number of shots I take and shoot until I feel we’ve gotten it covered.
Play it safe with solid, dark colors. Or be creative with bright colors. The more you bring to your shoot the better it will be. If you don’t feel comfortable wearing it, don't bring it. If you find yourself questioning whether or not something will work, just bring it!