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I wanted to put out a quick blog about some upcoming changes to my collections and pricing starting July 1st, 2022.
I have avoided raising my prices for as long as possible, but I can no longer prolong the inevitable. Due to demand and product selection my prices are going to be increased and collections will be changed a bit. I continue to strive to better serve my clients and give them the best photographs, galleries, post-processing, and products.
With that said, any sessions booked between now and July 1st, 2022 will be honored at my current pricing, even if you choose a session date after July 1st. I wanted to give you advance notice so that you have time to do so if you wish to avoid the price changes.
Collection price increases will be going up anywhere from $100-$300 depending on the collection. I will also be adding some additional newborn collections so that you have options that are still affordable.
Feel free to email me at email@example.com with any questions.
May 4, 2022
Cotton field mini sessions are now available. Details and booking info are below. If you have any questions feel free to reach out at www.ashleyflugphotography.com/contact or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Chat soon!
November 2, 2021
If you’ve wanted to schedule a photoshoot for some time now, you’ve probably seen a few mentions of mini sessions.
If you’re wondering whether mini sessions are better than a full photoshoot and vice versa, know that there’s no real way to say one is better than the other because each option serves a slightly different purpose – it all depends on what you want to achieve.
For example, if you want to capture photos of your three toddlers, chances are you’re already pretty strapped for time, which is when a mini session might be a better option for you. Mini sessions are also ideal if you’re considering working with a photographer for a more custom shoot and you want to try out their services, almost like a sample session.
If you need a larger variety of photos that follow a specific style, a full photoshoot would be a better option. A full photo session also costs more, so keep that in mind when planning for your session.
Here is a quick comparison of these two types of photo sessions. Keep in mind that this might differ among photographers.
Regardless of the option you choose, you can expect to receive beautiful photographic memories that you can use for years to come. Speak to your photographer about your requirements to decide what’s best for you.
November 10, 2020
I am so excited to announce that I will now be offering studio sessions!
With the kiddos back in school I now have the time to focus more on my photography during the week which I am so excited about.
I have an area in my home (Buckeye, AZ) with lots of natural light that will be set up for indoor studio photography. My studio sessions are simple and sweet. I do not use props in my sessions and if I do they are very minimal. Not to worry, I still create timeless images that you are use to seeing from me!
Check out the images below of a recent studio session.
For a limited time I am offering 15% off any studio session. These can be used for small family, newborn, milestone and maternity sessions.To book yours email me at email@example.com or fill out my contact for at www.ashleyflugphotography.com/contact. Make sure to mention this blog pot for the discount!
October 29, 2020
Fall Mini Sessions are now available, yay! Fill out the form below to book yours. Please email me with any questions, firstname.lastname@example.org
September 17, 2020
A lot of people may love the idea of a professional photo session but many end up being put off by the price.
Here are 6 reasons why a professional photography session is well worth the price:
Even though your photo session may only last an hour, your photographer still needs to travel to and from your location, spend time selecting the best photos and edit those photos too.
Producing high-quality photos requires professional equipment. The price of your session factors in your photographer’s camera, lenses, flash, reflectors, tripods, storage cases and more. Certain types of photography can also cost more because more gear is required. Wedding photography being a prime example.
As with any other profession, building up the skills required to be a successful photographer takes time and money.
Along with having all the right gear, photographers also need to have certain technology in order to process and edit their photos. This includes high-end computer equipment as well as professional photo editing software.
Photographers spend years honing their skills and developing an artistic eye that allows them to produce the results that they do. From knowing how to work with different types of lighting to being able to spot the perfect photo opportunity, you really can’t put a price on experience. It’s also experience that gives them the know-how necessary to guide you and pose you during your photo session.
This is particularly true with event or wedding photography. When there are multiple things happening all at once, an assistant will be required to get the job done right, which will often be factored into your pricing.
At the end of the day, you get what you pay for. If you truly like a photographer’s style and are impressed with their skills and experience, the price you pay for your photo session is definitely well worth it.
March 19, 2020
If you’ve never done it before, the thought of being in front of a professional photographer can be rather nerve wracking.
If you are really excited and terrified about your upcoming photo session, there are a few things that you can do to relax and enjoy your session to skip the photo jitters.
When you’re about to have your photos taken, it’s difficult to not think about where you should stand and how you should pose, which often makes you act unnaturally. It’s important to remember that it’s not your job to work for the camera, the camera is here to work for you.
To take the best photos, you should ideally be as relaxed as possible. To help you do this, start by focusing on your surroundings. How would you naturally act if you were alone with family and friends in this type of surrounding? Treat your photographer as if they were someone you’ve known forever and that they’re simply spending a few hours with you.
Turn your thoughts to things that make you happy and what you really appreciate about being alive.
During your shoot, there will be moments when your photographer will pause, which can make a lot of people nervous.
It’s important to keep in mind that your photographer is a professional and is either dealing with something technical or thinking of their next shot. If they need you to change your pose or do something different, they will let you know. If they don’t, just keep engaging with your surroundings and enjoying yourself.
Even though it can be easier said than done, it’s best not to let critical or negative thoughts take over. If you’re feeling uncertain or self-conscious, take your thoughts back to a positive place before the negative thoughts can build on each other.
Adopt a fake-it-till-you-make-it mentality and own your photo session. You can also think of all the positive things friends and family members say about you to bring yourself back from a spiral of negative thoughts.
You should know that it’s completely normal to feel nervous before and during a photo session but choosing the right photographer and going in with the right mental state makes all the difference.
March 9, 2020
Now that my busy season is coming to the end I wanted to announce something fun I will be doing for 2020 that I am super excited about!
There are locations throughout Arizona and California that I am wanting to photograph at and you will have exclusive pricing so you do not want to miss these.
These sessions can be used for family, maternity and milestone sessions. Once you contact me we will set up a date and time for the session of your choosing. The session must take place between February and July. California locations are available for the months of June and July only. The sessions must take place on a weekend unless otherwise noted.
I will help style your outfits through my professional styling tool. It is super easy and fun and you can do it from the comfort of your own home. Professional hair and make up is highly recommended but not necessary. I do have some great recommendations for hair and make up artist if you choose to go that route.
You will receive up to an hour shooting time, full download online gallery and print release. When you book one of these session you agree to allow me to use these images for my portfolio which includes, but not limited to, social media and my website.
My adventure collection is $695 but if you choose to book one of my bucket list sessions you will receive $200 off that price! Say what?!?
Arizona locations include:
Sunset Point rest area (Black Canyon)- Mini’s Scheduled on July 25th. Book yours today!
Mogollon Rim (Payson)
West Fork Tail (Sedona) – Mini’s Scheduled on July 18th. Book yours today!
Bell Rock (Sedona)
Imperial San Dunes (Yuma)
Boyce Thompson Arboretum (Superior)
Saguaro Lake (Mesa)
Humphrey Peak (Flagstaff) – To take place in spring so there will be wildflowers!
California locations include and to take place in the month of late June or early July:
Joshua Tree National Park
Victoria Beach (Laguna)
Beach (San Diego)
Snag one of these sessions now. Only one of each available at the exclusive pricing!
Get dolled up and grab your family for a day of fun at one of these amazing locations. I promise, you will not be disappointed.
Click here to book yours today!
January 11, 2020
November 30th at South Mountain was a eventful day jam-packed with 10 sessions in 2 hours. Despite the slight madness of getting everyone photographed, I am absolutely thrilled with every single photo I took at my Christmas truck mini-session.
I wanted to create a cozy and warm feel for this shoot. To help create that vibe, I incorporated a variety of props into the session. Some of my favorites include: adorable throw pillows and an antique sleigh.
All of the children and families showed up looking amazing.
Clearly, I had so much fun doing this mini-session and it makes me even more excited for my Christmas tree lot mini-session, which takes place on December 21st! Click here if you’re interested in booking and while you are there enter to win one of my bucket list sessions!!
December 25, 2019
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