GET IN TOUCH If you’re interested in working with me fill out the form, or email me at email@example.com I just need a little info first... Step 1 of 2 50% Name* First Last Email* Enter Email Confirm Email Website:*What kind of Human are you?*I'm a professional photographer!I'm a hobbyist!I'm not a photographer, I need help with some photos of mine that someone else took.How much help do you need?*I need regular, ongoing help all the time!I only need help with one particular job right now. I don't plan on working with you on a regular basis.Don't worry, there's not much left!This is all important info so I can assess what your needs are right off the bat and start helping you out that much faster. Tell me a little bit about yourself.*Can or cannot include info about your business, random facts about you (some of my fav type of info), and/or how you like your eggs (this is crucial information, ok!?)Are you interested in outsourcing your editing, your admin services and/or Facebook ads, or both?*I want to outsource just my editing!I want to outsource just my admin services and/or Facebook ads!I'm interested in both!What kind of photography will you be outsourcing?*Weddings, portrait sessions, events, etc.? Check all options that apply. Weddings Newborns Portraits (other than newborns) Boudoir Seniors Events Other You need help with newborns? That's great! Keep in mind though, editing newborn skin is generally very time-intensive. If you want a full edit from start to finish, including blemish removal, background fixes, skin tone fixes, etc., editing costs will most likely start somewhere around $5/image. However, we have extensive experience editing newborns and edit 2-3 sessions per week year round, so the edits we return to you will be top notch 🙂 You can check out my newborns gallery here as well.Please describe:*How many of each type of shoot or session do you do per week or per month?*How many final edited photos do you deliver per wedding or per portrait session or event?*What is your turnaround time for each type of photography you will be outsourcing?*For example: 2 weeks for portrait sessions, 6-8 weeks for weddings, etc.Do you plan on having me edit all of your sessions or just a percentage?*Keep in mind, I prefer clients that send me work on a relatively regular basis (though I do understand things fluctuate with the season.)Is there a time of year that is busier or slower for you than others?*If so, how many shoots do you do during that time of year vs. the rest of the year?Are you interested in any other services that I offer?*Check all options that apply. Admin Services (newsletter, blogging, etc.) Culling Facebook Advertising Album Design Skin smoothing (using Imagenomic Portraiture Plugin for PS) Retouching Hire me on a regular basis! Other Not at this time, homeslice. Please explain what else you'd like me to help you with in your business:*Is there anything else I should know?*How did you hear about me?*Facebook AdvertisingWord of mouthThe Google MachineOtherI'd love to hear who recommended me so I can send them donuts:Please Explain:*Would you like to sign up for my newsletter?*This is the best place to hear about new client openings and other awesome stuff and information. You'll also get access to a free calculator that'll show you exactly how much of your life you're spending in post-production. (I guarantee you, it's more than you'd expect!)Nah, I'm good.Hell yeah!I don't think we're a good fit.Hey there! I'm so glad you trust my skills enough that you feel comfortable with me handling your images. This is a Big Deal, because I know how important they are to you. However, I prefer working with clients who are interested in sending me work on a regular weekly/monthly basis year round as opposed to clients who just need a couple things here or there. Thank you so much for consindering me, and good luck finding the help you need!I'm not sure I can help you...Hey there! I'm so glad you trust my skills enough that you feel comfortable with me handling your images. This is a Big Deal, because I know how important they are to you. However, having a third-party edit images you had a photographer take for you under contractual obligation actually goes against copyright laws, since the creator of the images holds that copyright. Any adjustments or edits to the images by someone else without written permission from the photographer (this even includes things like Instagram filters, etc.) is actually breaking copyright law and breaching your contract with your photographer. As such, instead I suggest you speak to the photographer yourself about any additional edits you would like to have made. Thanks again! This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.