All photo sessions can be customized to suit your needs.

STUDIO SESSION - Starting at $395

Includes up to 3 hours of studio time for (1) subject.

Multiple backdrops and outfits as time permits.

Entire session fee is credited towards purchase of digital files and prints. 


Includes up to 2-3 hours for (1) subject on location shooting within a 20 mile radius of Canton Georgia.

Multiple wardrobe changes as time permits.

Please add $50 for each additional subject.

Entire session fee is credited towards purchase of digital files and prints. These items are purchased separately. 

Session fee is to be submitted to the photographer before or at the time of the session. This fee is non-refundable.


Prints up to 8x10: $25 each. Other sizes also available.

Digital files: $45 each

Wall art such as canvas prints, metal prints are available and can be quoted individually. 


I recommend that we discuss the photo shoot in advance so I understand your expectations. This helps me to understand your vision and perhaps I could even add to it. Then we schedule a time and a place. I have a studio that is ideal for one or two subjects. I also have portable background equipment suitable for indoor work should a background be needed, but most people prefer the intimate settings of their own home, or outdoor settings like a park.


About 2-3 weeks after the session your photos will be uploaded to a password protected gallery on this website and you will be able select the photos that you want printed. All photos selected for printing will be proofed and any necessary corrections will be made before printing.


A white long sleeved top with blue jeans is a good combination for a studio session using a white background. Black tops can also work well with a white background but this is a high contrast and leads to photographs with a very different style. Also consider wearing a top that has an interesting collar and/or sleeves. A top that has interesting textures (e.g. a sweater) can also add depth and richness to an image. If you will have more than one change of clothing for your session then consider bringing a variety of necklines, textures, colors, and undergarments to achieve a wide variety of looks. Stick to solids and subtle patterns.


Generally avoid baggy or loose clothing it tends to make people look bigger than they are. Also avoid bright yellows, reds and oranges (they battle the subjects face for attention) and the camera will readily pick up the reflected light and render skin tone with a color cast. Avoid clothing containing logos, slogans, or other distractions. Bold stripes, large designs and polka dots stand out and tend to draw attention from the portrait’s subject. Avoid short sleeved tops or shorts. When arms and legs are exposed and there’s lots of skin visible, it can be a distraction from the main focal point of the photo – the face.


Simple and elegant is the advice when selecting jewelry for a portrait. The same applies for any other accessories that you wish to have included in your portrait.


A comb or brush and hair-spray if you use it. A light face powder to reduce any shine on your face that may build up during your shoot. For gents (or women who prefer not to wear much or any makeup), bring a lip balm. Dry lips don’t show well in photos and so a non-shiny, non-waxy, none colored lip balm is essential. Avoid chap sticks, as they tend to leave a white residue. If you normally wear makeup, bring it with you but avoid high gloss lipsticks or very shiny lip gloss. Often they look too unnatural and reflect too much light in photos.


Dancers should bring a selection of leotards or dance wear in contrasting colors along with wrap skirts and a tutu if desired. Please avoid costumes with glitter or sequins if possible.

There is also an extensive clients wardrobe available in limited sizes. I have many unique leotards, dresses and tutus. Most items are size adult small.

Tights are optional but they sometimes don't photograph very well. Pointe shoes should be clean and new-ish. And if you plan on being barefoot please be sure you're nails look good. If the dancer is wearing makeup consider using a matte finish and nothing with glitter. Mascara should be smooth not clumpy and bring please consider lip gloss rather than lipstick because it photographs much better. Hair usually looks best loose rather than in a bun and bring hairspray to minimize fly-away hair.

Thank You

Urban Rump