Sessions are based on time and not the number of exposures.

All sessions include both indoor and outdoor locations.

30 minute session

2 outfits


45 minute session

3 outfits


60 minute session

4 outfits


*60 minute session requires a $450.00 minimum order


Arriving late or taking a long time to change clothes will result in less time for photography, giving you fewer images to choose from. We suggest you arrive at least 10 minutes early to be sure you're ready when your session starts

The session fee is due on the day you come in to have your portraits created.

I really just want a yearbook photo!

5-7 head & shoulders poses, one outfit
Includes a yearbook photo plus 1 - 5x7 ...$55.00

Add 8 wallets to this session ...$30.00




Express Yourself!

You may think because you have seen so many great portraits from Creative Imaging that we don't have time to create unique images for you. WRONG!

We encourage you to bring along ideas or items to personalize your session. Here are some ideas to get you thinking...

  • Sports uniforms or equipment

  • Hobbies

  • Pets

  • Brothers or Sisters

  • Collections

  • Musical Instruments

  • Flowers

  • Best Friends

  • Hats. sunglasses, jackets

  • ...Anything that might portray the real you would be great!

Avoid sunburns! We all love the sun, but stay out of it a few days prior to your session. A little color is always attractive, but don't overdue! We cannot change the redness of a burn by artwork.

Wrinkles show!! Make sure your clothes are neatly pressed.

We have the miracle of retouching! If you wake up the morning of your session with a brand new blemish (which is inevitable), don't worry! We have the ability to return your complexion to peaches and cream in the final portraits. Unfortunately, retouching cannot be done on previews. Retouching is facial only, so your hair and clothing should be exactly as you wish them to appear.

Please feel free to call as often as you need. No question is too simple. We want to make your session as memorable as possible, and we'll be glad to help in anyway we can.





Looking Good

Here are a few helpful hints to make your session successful!!

What do I wear?

For the first outfit, you will want to choose something classic that won't be outdated in just a few years. We call this outfit the "Parent Pleaser" or if your parents are really cool, this would serve as a "Grandparent Pleaser." It is most likely that a portrait made in this outfit would be chosen as a wall portrait for your home. You may even consider discussing this with your parents, and deciding in which room the portrait will be displayed and coordinate your outfit with the colors and formality of that room.

We have found that sweaters, suits and dresses work well. Solid colors or very subtle prints are best in medium or darker tones. This should be the first outfit you wear.

After the parent pleaser, you are ready to get casual. The other outfits in your session should truly represent the way you are. You can actually wear something your friends will recognize you in! This is the time to wear the bolder colors or trendy clothing. Below are some points to consider when choosing your outfits.

Make sure it fits! The "super oversized" clothes are very much in style, but photographically they aren't very flattering. On the other hand, anything too tight may confine you and make you look uncomfortable in the portraits.

Color is one of the most important decisions. Choose colors in clothing that are complimentary to your skin tone. Have you received many compliments when you are wearing a certain color? That might be the thing to wear.

Choosing the right neckline is also important. If you have a slightly longer neck, you should choose a higher neckline such as a turtleneck. If you have a shorter neck, choose a v-neck or crew.

Be careful in choosing tops with large shoulder pads. They tend to make some people look larger than they are. Make sure you cannot see the shoulder pads through the shirt!

If you want to appear as slim as you are in the portraits, avoid horizontal stripes!

Sleeveless clothing is not recommended. It makes arms appear larger than they are. Long sleeve clothing is the best choice.

Sweaters photograph well all year long. We keep the temperature in the studio comfortable all year, so don't hesitate to choose a sweater just because it is warm outside.

If you cannot decide which outfits to wear, feel free to bring along additional choices. We can help you decide which ones will photograph the very best.

Dress from Head to Toe! Remember all that you need to complete an outfit. Socks, hose, belts, shoes and jewelry are some of the most commonly forgotten items.

Getting Ready!!

If you wear make-up, apply it as you normally would. If you are a diehard natural and normally do not wear a bit of make-up, we do suggest a minimum of gloss on your lips and a hint of mascara. Retouching is provided on your finished portraits, but to make your previews look their best, coverage of any blemish is recommended.

It is a good possibility that your hands will be in some of the portraits. Make sure your nails are neatly done.

Avoid a brand new hairstyle or cut. You won't look like you! Please have your hair ready when you arrive at the studio so only a quick touch up is necessary. Hair cannot be retouched, so it is your responsibility to style it exactly as you wish it to appear in your finished photographs.

Don't hesitate to call the studio if you have any questions!


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