Kate See Photography | FAQ
Where are you based?
 
My home studio is based in Orpington, Kent. It is conveniently located for public transport with numerous bus routes and St.Mary Cray station located just 10 minutes walk away. There is ample 'off street' parking for those who are driving.
 
How much does a session cost?
 
Please see the pricing section on the website here
 
How much are the other images and products?
 
I am totally transparent with my prices so please contact me for a price guide. My prices are competitive, reflect the high standard of photography and are not negotiable but I do run special offers from time to time.
 
Can I purchase digital files?
 
Yes of course you can. We understand how important it is to have the flexibility of a digital archive, so a complete or part set of digital images from your session is available for purchase. However, we do feel that the beautiful pictures that we are going to create deserve to be displayed on only the best quality products. We have a full range of luxury print collections, wall portraits and albums that can be bought either on their own or as part as a package that includes digital files.
 
How do I choose and order my pictures?
 
Your beautifully enhanced images will be ready to view within three weeks of your session. You will need to book your viewing appointment at the time of your session so remember to bring your diary along.
 
Is there a minimum spend requirement?
 
Prices start at £350, but my clients typically spend between £750 and £2000 on various products including albums, wall portraits and digital image collections.
 
Do you have experience photographing newborn babies safely?
 
This is an excellent question and one that does not get asked enough. A typical newborn session can last up to five hours. Your baby will be with me or my wife for most of that time. We have been photographing newborn babies for over four years and have been trained to handle and pose them safely. We also practice safe posing techniques and put the comfort and safety of your baby first. For more information on safety within the newborn photography industry please visit this link:  http://banpasparents.blogspot.co.uk/p/who-we-are.html