FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW FAR IN ADVANCE SHOULD I BOOK A SHOOT?
The more time, the better! That way you'll be sure to get the date & time you really want. Although, I do my best to accommodate immediate needs.
HOW WILL I CHOOSE A LOCATION?
A lot of times the location is where your horse lives. But my opinion on locations is: the more unique, the better. I'll help in any way that I can to make your dream backdrop come true.
WHEN IS PAYMENT DUE?
There's a non-refundable retainer due with your signed contract to reserve your session date. The remainder is due the day of the session.
WHAT IF I WANT TO CANCEL OR RESCHEDULE MY SESSION?
The retainer reserves your date and time with me. For that reason, it's non-refundable if you choose to cancel, and non-transferrable if you choose to reschedule.
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE WEATHER IS BAD?
A huge part of my job is keeping a close eye on the weather forecast for each session. If it's looking like the weather won't be in our favor, we'll reschedule for the next available date.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR FOR MY SESSION?
I'll send you an online planning guide that covers everything you'll need to know about what to wear, how to get ready, what to expect from your session, etc. Want to get a head start on planning your outfits? Download my free shopping guide here!
WHAT IF MY HORSE DOESN'T LIKE TO STAND STILL?
If you have a horse with high energy, you may want to work them extra before your session. It's also a good idea for any horse to get a snack before their session so they can focus on us rather than worrying about when their food is coming (since most sessions are scheduled pretty close to feeding time).
CAN I BRING MY DOG TO MY PHOTO SESSION?
Yes, as long as they're allowed at your session location! Please bring only well behaved dogs.
CAN I USE MY PHOTOS FOR ADS AND SOCIAL MEDIA?
You'll have permission for printing, ads, and online personal use.
Credit to Jeni Jo Photography is not required, but always appreciated. @jenijophoto on Facebook and Instagram.
Want to read more about preparing for sessions, etc? Check out my informational blog posts here!