The session fee for Kari Durbin Photography is $125. This includes a $40 print credit if you order before your proofing gallery expires. Kari will spend up to an hour with you capturing images that will become family treasures! The session fee is due within a week of booking your session. This fee covers Kari's time, wear and use of equipment, all creative efforts spent personalizing your experience, and artistically retouching your images. The fee also covers the construction of your online proofing gallery which remains active for 14 days (the ordering period). Session fees are not refundable.
Please contact Kari about fees for traveling outside the Fremont area.
What to expect at your session
Kari will arrive promptly and ready to have fun capturing your images. Please arrive on time to get the most out of your session. In order for Kari to arrive promptly to all booked sessions, clients arriving late will only have the remaining time of their scheduled session left to be photographed. Please give at least 48 hour notice if you must cancel your scheduled session.
Kari likes her clients to have fun during their session, which produces genuine facial expressions instead of forced ones. It is completely fine if your child wants to run around and have fun during on location shoots. Some of the most treasured images are of children being children! If you have a certain image or pose in mind, don't be afraid to tell Kari about it.
If the person being photographed is feeling ill or under the weather, please call to reschedule. Kari wants to get the best photographs possible for you to treasure!
What to expect after the session
Within 14 days of the session, you will receive an email with the password to view your online gallery. The gallery will remain active for 14 days after this email. Please place your orders within this time frame. You can also make an appointment to view your images with me and order in person!
Prints and digital negatives are limited to the ownership of Kari Durbin Photography and may not be reprinted without expressed, written permission.
By law, a copyright comes into existence automatically the moment a professional photograph is created; therefore, that copyright is owned by the photographer or the photographer's studio. The Federal Copyright Law provides that professional photographers have the exclusive right to control the making of copies of the photographs that they create. Unfortunately there are severe criminal penalties for those who choose to violate this law, with fines up to $100,000 possible per infringed work. For your protection I urge you not to scan, reprint, reproduce, or copy any of the prints purchased from your session as it is considered a direct violation of a Federal Law. Since March 1, 1989, a print does not need to be marked in any way to be copyrighted. Length of a copyright for a created image remains for the life of the artist plus 50 years. Please contact us for permission if you intend to duplicate an image and we will go over our policy with you.