Thank you for considering Jessica Guthrie Photography for your 2016 Cherry Blossom portraits!
I will start booking Cherry Blossom Portrait sessions in February 2016. More details will be published here as the season gets closer.
When you book a Cherry Blossom session, you can choose from the standard session packages found below, based on your portrait needs.
Then, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to book your session and to receive additional details.
All sessions are limited to 60 minutes. Keep in mind that Mother Nature controls the blooms and the weather, so sessions may need to be rescheduled. Once we have booked your session, you will have 72 hours to send me your contract, model release and session fee before your session time is made available to other clients. Session times are reserved on a first-paid, first-served basis. Details will be emailed to you upon your booking.
If you do not show up to your session, cancel within 72 hours of the shoot, or do not return emails, you forfeit your session fee. I am happy to work with you to reschedule a session if an unforeseen scheduling conflict arises and you notify me of the requested change in a timely manner – I am a military spouse and know how life changes quickly in the ranks.
If there is inclement weather and the session cannot be rescheduled because the season has ended, you will receive a complete refund of your fee.
Please note that I do NOT release unedited photographs from your session. These additional files will need to be purchased for editing, $50 per file, which includes one 8x10 matboard. For additional session information, log on to my Session details page.
Please let me know if you have any questions. I am more than happy to answer them! I look forward to photographing you soon!
Dates and Times Available:
Bloom estimation is the week of March 29 at this time. Sessions are available Friday, April 1, through Thursday, April 7, at the following times: 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. I am limiting the number of sessions to 15, so book early. Weekends are usually more crowded with fewer location options. Again, keep in mind that Mother Nature is in charge of the blooms, so please be willing to be flexible with scheduling.