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Jenni has a magnificent eye for photography. She's down to earth and easy to work with. She has such great passion in her work and will go above and beyond for her customers.Feb 1, 2016
Jen took group photos for our updated website. The photos were amazing and everyone commented on how comfortable she made them feel. The web designer was impressed with how she was able to interpret her vision for quality and layout. I am looking forward to working with Jen in the near future. Ann W.Jan 30, 2016
I did a photo shoot with Jen to for professional business photos. We had a fabulous time and the photos turned out beautifully-everyone in my professional and personal world commented on how great the photos are. Jen was very professional, yet relaxed and upbeat. We covered a lot of different poses in a timely fashion- she was focused and really knew what she was doing. It was my first professional shoot; she made the experience easy and I was extremely pleased with the results! I highly recommend her professional services.Feb 4, 2015
Jen did a great job in setting up multiple poses and offering different options for me to choose from for a professional portrait. The work in re-touching was good and the overall experience was professional.Feb 4, 2015
Jenni did engagement photos for us and they not only turned out great but she was really affordable and professional! I told her what I wanted and she went out of her way to make it happen. I will use her again and would recommend her in a heart beat!!Feb 3, 2015
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I was previously (and still am) an artist - specifically an arcade game artist, making environments for video games. But deep down, I knew I wasn't connected with the end result. I've always had a passion for photography, for the process of capturing a moment and preserving it for current and future generations to behold. My grandmother has had Alzheimer's for quite some time - the same grandma that taught me to paint and hike in the mountains of Colorado, but last year, when my grandfather on the other side of the family was diagnosed with Alzheimer's as well, I knew it was time for me to do something meaningful with my life. For me, there is nothing more meaningful than creating images that call attention to what is beautiful and worth cherishing in our lives - and being able to preserve those memories forever.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?The biggest consideration you need to make is whether or not the images in a photographer's portfolio are in alignment with the images you want. What you see is really what you get, and it is important to think about style, variety, and age range within a photographer's portfolio. From there, look into personality. Ideally, you want to find a photographer that you can relate to, who is professional, and who will treat you with respect. Look at the provider's services. Do they offer what you're looking for? Can they provide you with prints and digital copies? How long does it take them to provide your images? Lastly, consider your budget. And remember - many photographers offer payment plans - you simply need to ask.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?The making of your images goes beyond the hour or so that you spend with your photographer. When you visit a photographer's site and are surprised by their rates, please keep in mind that you are paying for their gear, their lighting, their expertise. You are paying for the time they spend photographing you, planning your session, scouting locations, up keeping a studio, and editing photographs. Photographers, generally speaking, are not trying to price gouge - what may seem high is really just a reflection of what it takes to survive as a photographer. So be kind, and respect the prices your photographer sets.