FAQ

What is your shooting style?

I’m a lifestyle photographer. I capture candid moments & details that all come together to create a photo story. The majority of the photos from the day will be natural and not posey. It’s my aim to make you feel relaxed in front of the camera and I’ve been told I do this very well! At times, you will receive direction or cues from me for the group/portrait shots. But it will feel more like we are all just hanging out, laughing, sharing funny stories and I’ll be there capturing whatever naturally happens.

 

Where abouts are you based?

I live in the beautiful Macedon Ranges, just North of Melbourne. I especially do love to travel and explore different parts of our amazing planet! So please let me know, where you plan to have some snaps taken and I can let you know about costs etc.

 

How long should we expect to receive our images?

For weddings, you will receive your photos within 8 weeks. For 1-2 hour portrait/family shoots, I allow 2 weeks. All other shoots will depend on shooting time and requirements.

 

Do we receive the high-resolution printable files?

YES! With all private shoots, I always hand over the finished high-resolution files. This means that all of your photos are edited and ready for you to print. I don’t charge any extra for these digital files. They are yours to keep and print/share as much as you like!

If it is Pre-School photography that I’m doing at your child’s centre, then you’ll be notified beforehand as to how the images will be available for purchase.

 

What are your rates?

Please check out my Investment page for all the costs and information. Otherwise, if you’d like to talk in more detail, please give me a call (0477 425 716) or shoot me an email rebecca@theurbansparrow.com .

 

What should we wear? (Family/lifestyle/portrait sessions etc)

I get asked this a lot and to be honest, as my style is very natural and all about capturing you all doing your thing, it’s really important that you feel comfortable and at ease. If that means turning up in your pyjamas, then I’d take my hat off to you! The photos are about YOU. And yes, there are colours and patterns that can sometimes clash, but I’ve never in my whole time of shooting had an issue with photos looking terrible because peoples clothes aren’t matching.