Mini sessions are different than regular sessions. If you ever just need a quick session to update family photos (no matter how big or small), some quick portraits, or even some headshots, this type of session is for you. I am here to tell you why you should take advantage of these mini sessions!
1. Quick & Easy
When they are on scheduled days, where photographers are shooting sessions back to back, it can be super quick. It also makes things easy for you because they are already set up. The only thing you have to do is show up!
If all you need is a quick session, this is the perfect package for you. When photographers run these specials, it is best to jump on these. It's honestly the best bang for your buck. Most photographers set this price at $200 or below.
3. Unique Themes
Mini sessions are really helpful when it comes to themes. If you need something for Valentine's Day, there is one for that. If you need some for Summer, there is one for that. Holiday cards, there is one for that too. It makes it easy as well to have all the props and backgrounds you may need.
4. Getting to know a new photographer
If you’re in the market for a new photographer, follow them on social media, sign up for their newsletter and wait for them to run a mini session special. This is especially great if you don't have the ability to invest in a full package. Mini sessions are great opportunities to get to know a photographer before investing in a larger photo package. If things don’t go well (and by well I mean you LOVE them and can’t wait to have another session with them) then you’re out about $200 versus $650 or more.
5. Giving to Charity
Sometimes other photographers will partner with charities to offer mini sessions in support of a cause or organization as well. KLP has 5 happening this year! While this may not affect some clients directly, I always feel better about paying for a service when I know the owner is charitable and giving. Actually, I go out of my way to find them. It can make all the difference.
Interested in booking with KLP? Send me an inquiry here!