Fine Art Portraiture
The Katie Schneider Photography Experience
Life changes quickly, don't wait to capture your children and your family right now. You will be taken care of every step of the way during the portrait photography experience to design stunning images and artwork for you to enjoy every day in your home. The best part of the portrait experience - you will have your family legacy and history to pass on to your children when they are older.
Let me take you through the process. Read below to learn more about the Katie Schneider Photography experience.
1) Schedule a Call
The first step is to contact me by emailing me or giving me a call to schedule a complimentary Design Consultation. We will have a quick chat on the phone to go over the portrait experience. Then, we will schedule a complimentary Design Consultation so we can meet in person and start planning your portrait session.
2) Meet for Your Design Consultation
The second step is the Design Consultation, where we start to plan the details of your portrait session, looking through the Client Closet for outfit options, and talk about different ways to display your portraits in your home. You will see and feel the heirloom quality of the product samples and start to envision which products fit your taste and design preferences.
3) Do the Portrait Session
The third step is the portrait session itself. Whatever location we decide is best for your session, I bring everything we need with me. You get yourself and your family ready and I take care of everything else! The session will be comfortable and fun for your family. You will be guided on how to pose to look your best in the photographs.
4) Design Your Artwork
The most exciting part of the portrait experience is selecting your portraits and artwork to display in your home. This is an exciting and often emotional time when you view the image proofs for the first time and select your artwork. Each heirloom quality product you will see was hand-selected for its beautiful aesthetic, for durability and longevity, and to be passed on to your children (and grandchildren).