1. How do we choose the location for the photoshoot?

You can tell me where you want to be photographed or you can let me decide. If I decide the location, I will ask questions about you and the clothes you will be wearing and then suggest a good location.

2. What if the weather is bad?

You don't need to worry about the weather, I will. If the weather is bad, I will let you know and we will change the time. Basically the only thing that bothers me is rain. I almost always use my own lighting equipment during the shoot.

3. When do I pay for the session?

You can pay half when you book the session and the rest when you receive the photos.
Or you can pay everything at the shoot. I can also send you an invoice.

4. How much does the session cost?

It depends on the time I need and what we do. Contact me and I can tell you the price after we discuss it.

5. In what form will I get the pictures and how many will I get?

You will get all the good ones digitally, approx size 15x20cm 300dpi. Usually 30-60 pictures. I will use a transfer to send them. You can use them on your social media or print them as you like. I'll do some light retouching and it's usually easier if you let me decide which picture is colour and which is black and white. If you want a large image to hang on your wall, I will recommend that I do a bit more retouching and give you the right size file. There will be an extra charge for this.

1. Where will the teaching take place?

Usually online. Which is very good because we can both look at our own screens.
We can also do it face to face, which is good when we are taking pictures.
I also do courses in Finland and Spain. Do not hesitate to ask me for more information.

2. How do you know what to teach me?

That's easy, by asking what your goal is and looking at the pictures you've taken.
Often you don't know what you don't know, and if you did, you'd already be taking your pictures that way and wouldn't need me for anything.

3. How much will it cost me to learn?

That depends on whether it is a group or just you. And how many sessions you buy at a time. And all courses have their own price.

4. Can my friends and I book a course together?

Yes, that's a great idea if there's a common interest in the same part of photography.

I learnt more in an hour than I would have done in dozens of hours of self-study. It was especially rewarding to get feedback from a professional on the photos I took. We looked at angles, framing, exposure, toning and image processing adjustments. In addition to great tips and advice, I had several moments of insight - yes, that's how it's done! In addition to learning, the sparring session was a lot of fun. It was a really good feeling, I will go again in the future. It's hard to imagine a better and faster way to learn photography.

Petri Toikkanen
Photography enthusiast from Finland

I had the pleasure of working with Liisa on my family photoshoot and I couldn't be happier with the results. She captured beautiful and natural moments that truly reflected my personalities. Her attention to detail and creativity shone through in each shot. I highly recommend Liisa to anyone looking for a talented and professional photographer.

Ramin Zamani







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