Dallas Mini Sessions Q&A | Fall Family Photos

Fall means family photo season! Dallas mini sessions are perfect whether you need updated photos for your holiday cards, haven’t had portraits of your kids done in a while, are expecting a new baby, or have family visiting and want to document your time together.

Dallas Mini Sessions are the perfect short, affordable option for new family photos.

Fall sessions are open for booking with limited dates and times available. Once they are gone, they are gone! If you are interested in a 1-hour extended family or newborn session please inquire here.

Dallas mini session with dogs

Answering all Your Questions | Dallas Mini Sessions for Fall 2021

  1. Can I bring my pets?
    YES! Dogs are the perfect addition to your outdoor mini session and they are also allowed in the studio as well. If your mini session is at your home, it is even easier to include all your pets.

  1. How many pictures do I receive?
    Your 20-30 minute mini session includes 15 digital images. You will be able to download the images directly from your online gallery approximately 2-3 weeks after the session. Your gallery will include about 30 total images for you to choose from or you can upgrade to purchase the entire gallery.

  2. Are mini sessions good for maternity photos?
    Absolutely! Mini sessions are perfect for maternity photos. I also offer a discount on your newborn photos when you book multiple sessions! Ask me for more details.

  3. Why aren’t there any outdoor weekend options on the schedule?
    Fall is crazy busy for photographers and family photos. Many of the best locations get super crowded on the weekend. Meeting during the week allows you to have a much more relaxed and personal experience without the crowds. If you would like to schedule outdoor photos on the weekend, I have a few weekends reserved for full family sessions. Inquire about a full session here.

  4. We have family visiting. Can we bring them to a mini session?
    Mini sessions are best for immediate family with under 5 family members. If we are adding in grandparents or extended family members, a full 1 hour session is the best option. You will want the extra time for everyone to feel comfortable together and you’ll definitely want the extra photos in your gallery!

  5. Why can’t mini sessions be used for newborn photos?
    Newborns are so unpredictable, 20 minutes is really not enough time to create a good experience for your family. A newborn session should be calm and relaxed with no rush. We include time for feedings and diaper changes. We want your baby to feel as comfortable as possible and let them take the lead on our schedule.

Mini sessions at the indoor studio

Mini Session Details | Click Here to Book
• 20-30 Minutes
• 15 Digital Images Included
• Choose From In-Home, The Studio, or Outdoors
• Option to Purchase Additional Images + Prints
• No Required Purchase Minimums
• May Not Be Used with Newborns

About Erica Grandin Photography | Dallas Mini Sessions

See what past clients have to say about working with Erica Grandin Photography and follow along on Facebook or Instagram for all my latest updates. As a Dallas Mini Session Photographer, I work with clients all over the DFW area.

Erica Grandin Photography is a family photographer serving the Dallas, Coppell, Frisco, Plano, Flower Mound, Southlake, and surrounding DFW areas. Also available for travel to Austin and Central Texas. Focusing on photos that capture authentic emotion and bringing out your family’s true personality. Specializes in mini sessions, fall family photos, maternity photography sessions, newborn photography sessions, and in-home family photography.

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