How Do Wayfarer Senior Portrait Sessions Work?

Once we’ve agreed upon a time and date, we will start with a 1-2 hour photo session in the location(s) of your choice. We are happy to provide you with location ideas and help you determine the best place for your portraits. You are welcome to bring multiple outfit changes. Our sessions are fun and relaxed, and aimed at keeping you comfortable and natural- we’re all about documenting the real you!

After the session we will scour through our photos, find 20-30 of the best of the best, touch them up so they are perfect, and put them on a disc for you! You will have the rights to copy, print, and post these images online. Also included in your package is a print collection, including one 8x10, two 5x7’s, and 16 wallets. These prints come from a professional printer in the states and the quality is fabulous! Additional prints and photo products will be available to purchase a la carte.

What is the Investment?

While photography is a favorite past time, it is our side job. Our teaching responsibilities take priority, so we are only able to take a limited number of portrait sessions during the winter season. We want to encourage you to book your sessions early to give us plenty of time for processing, so we are offering two pricing options.

Early Bird Pricing

If your portrait session takes place by Saturday, December 11th the cost of the package is 1500 Dhs. We only have a limited number of these sessions available! First come, first served.

Last Minute Pricing

If your portrait session takes place after December 11th, the cost of the package is 2000 Dhs.

Who is Wayfarer Studio?

We are Isaac and Jennifer Marshall… ASD elementary teachers with a passion for photography! We’ve been honored to take many of your friends’ senior portraits the last few years, and we’d love to continue with you!

Friday, September 4, 2009

Another Zebra

We have finally loaded all our Africa photos- hooray!!! Now, comes the monstrous task of organizing, backing up, and editing- hooray?

As I was flipping through the images, I noticed this zebra shot. As soon as I saw it, I was reminded of the moment I took the photo. Our truck, Old Morag, had stopped to let a group of these black and white cuties cross the road, and I lined up THE PERFECT shot of a zebra's head. My finger was just beginning to push down the shutter when that blasted Morag lurched forward, and a branch obscured my view. ARGH!!!!!!! Oh, the pains a photographer must endure! I was soooo annoyed at the time. Now looking at the ethereal effect the disruption had on the photo, I'm glad it happened...

It became clear to me that while we were in Africa that I have just a wee bit of an obsession with zebras. No matter where I pointed my camera, a zebra just somehow ended up in my viewfinder! Funny how that happens=)