April 23, 2020
Ok, here’s the tea people, I don’t sell gift cards because I’m not here to make a quick buck, I’m not here to take your money, and I’m certainly not here to give you a “please enter in your credit card information here” speech before you even can get in contact with me – that’s what Amazon and online shopping is for.
Just kidding, not entirely true, but those sales aren’t personal.
Now let me tell you, I have definitely considered offering gift cards here and there to help make the process easier for you – there is no commitment on a date but maybe you bought it on a 25% off sale so you could get an extra $25 on the card when you’re only paying $75. Nope, not how I roll. I am not saying it’s a bad idea for anyone to do it either – it’s just not me.
I want to show you confidence, quality, and transparency in my business so this is especially why I don’t want your first impression of me to be an automated sale.
I absolutely love everyone I get the chance to photograph and you are near and dear to my heart.
I want you to have the full client experience. I want to welcome you with open arms (well maybe not right now because Corona, but) on our first call discussing your session. I want you to see me first and be comfortable before we even talk money.
There are some people who would take anyone in as a client but I want to make sure I can serve you best without any sort of commitment, especially your hard earned money.