• Ellie Jayne

How to make the most from your viewing

So you've had your photoshoot and your eager for it to be time for your viewing session! Whilst you wait it is important to be prepared for your viewing to make the absolute most out of your time that is dedicated to making the perfect decisions.

The most important thing to consider is where you want to display your photographs. How big is the space and what furniture/features are there to the walls in question. (Feel free to bring along a photo of the spaces and measuments!) You are investing in your photographs and it is important to display them perfectly to tell your story of this particular moment in your life.

When you are back in the studio we will look through the gallery together and you will have the opportunity to see and touch the products to help you make the perfect choice. There's lots of options so be sure to bring everyone involved in the decision making! Where possible I would always advise coming on a day where you have your hands free as little ones can be a distraction. However I know this isn't always possible so I always have a draw full of crayons and books for them!

There are lots of different types of products as well as colour choices, size and layout. Your viewing appointment gives you the time to go through all of these choices whilst being able to ask me any questions you may have right there and then. Once you are happy with your selection at the end of the session I will confirm your choices by taking full payment and placing the order.

Then the excitement of your order arriving can begin!

Key things to remember leading up to your viewing:

- Where you want to display your photographs, this helps you decide on sizes and styles of products

- Payment for orders must be made at your viewing session (I accept card, cash or bank transfer)

- Book your viewing on a day where anyone that needs to help with decision making can also attend

I look forward to showing you through your memories!

Ellie x


© 2020 by Photography by Ellie Jayne

New Forest, Hampshire
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