Bushels & Pecks Photography
Specializing in simple, candid portraits of tots to teens

What makes a Black and White Portrait session different from a Styled Portrait session?

Which session do I choose?

Good question! Here are some of the differences to help you make that decision. As always, I’m here to answer any questions you have before booking!

Black and White Portrait sessions are very quick sessions - generally no longer than 20 minutes (sometimes less). The main focus of black and white sessions is to capture close-up images of little personalities through facial expressions. 

Styled Portrait sessions include choosing an outfit from the studio wardrobe (or bringing your own), using a different color backdrop, and more color images included in your gallery. I’m also able to capture full body shots as well as close-ups. A styled session is also a little bit longer - generally 30-45 minutes. 

One more thing to note: Black and White Portraits are suited for ANY age (even teens), whereas Styled Portraits are best for children ages 18 months to five years due to the wardrobe sizes available in the studio.

Can't wait to see you at the studio!

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