What happens at your Ordering Appointment
The ordering appointment is set up for you and your partner to come and view your gallery of images so that you can make your purchasing choices and place your order.
A private ordering session usually takes place 2-3 weeks after your photo shoot. You will be greeted with a glass of fizz and a lovely slideshow of your beautiful images.
Choosing your images can be overwhelming and I’m here to help you select the best images for your home.
But that doesn’t mean a big sales pitch! I can’t stand pushy salesmen, so I can promise that you will only leave purchasing items you are truly wanting to buy.
You will be given my full product guide including prices as soon as you inquire, once you have made your booking at also at the end of your photoshoot. So there are no hidden costs or big sales pushes. The appointment is simply there to enjoy the big reveal of your portraits and then decide which images you want to keep, and have a look over different product samples in person so you can decide after seeing, touching and feeling prints and frames in real life which ones if any you would like to order.
If you’re on a budget I can present different options to suit that budget and if you’re looking for something that will specifically fit into a space in your home then you can send me a photograph of your room and I will provide you with mock-ups shown to scale of how artwork will look in that space. I am simply there for you to ask questions so you can get the most out of your images.
Orders will be taken and processed at the end of the View & Order Appointment before you leave. Both credit and debit cards are accepted.
The benefits of an ordering appointment…
- You get to see the photographs on a high-resolution colour corrected screen. Viewing galleries on a mobile phone can be incredibly disappointing as they usually have terrible colour casts and the resolution is poor.
- You can see and feel prints and products which makes choosing what you want much easier.
- You place your order there and then, and it’s done, you won’t have “print baby photos” on your to-do list for the next year. It’s so easy at such a busy time with so much going on to forget to do what you intended with your images.
- You get to see what your images look like printed via a colour correct professional lab. Many high street printers produce truly awful colour accuracy in their prints. I’d hate for you to get your images printed and think it was the standard of my images that were the reason for substandard prints. If you wish to purchase digitals and print them yourself then this is completely fine and you are more than welcome to purchase the digital images for this reason. I would just like you to see how they should look before you get them printed so you know how they should be when you get them back from the lab.
If you have any questions about your view and order appointment please do get in touch.