FAQs

WHAT KIND OF GEAR DO YOU USE?

I shoot Canon; here's my gear list:

Canon 6D Mark 
Canon 50mm f/1.2
Canon 35mm f/1.4
Sigma 75-200mm f/4.5
Canon Speedlite 

HOW DO YOU HANDLE DEPOSITS?

For a typical portrait session I require half of the package sum upon booking to reserve your date. You're spot is at risk of being filled by another party until I receive this deposit. This is particularly crucial for weekend dates & during the fall "busy season". 

For weddings I require $500 of the package price upon booking to save your date!

*Primarily deposits are handled through my online portal, but I also accept Venmo, PayPal, cash or checks made out to Kahlie Cannon. 

* DEPOSITS ARE NONREFUNDABLE

LOCATIONS & TRAVEL?

The location of our shoot is completely up to you! I am always up for trying new spots, or I have a few places in central Indiana that I "frequent".  If there is a location you've seen in a photo of mine that you are interested in, please send it to me or give a description and we can make it happen! Keep in mind that I am based in Indy and there is a travel fee associated with locations more than 45 miles away. 

I also LOVE to travel to places outside of the state. You would be surprised how much beauty can be found only a couple of hours from home. Message me for a list of day trips that are within 3-5 hours from the Indianapolis area with no travel charge.   

WHAT DO I WEAR?

I am by no means a fashion guru. There's a 90% chance I'll show up to our shoot in strappy sandals and a grungy tee, BUT I can give some input on what photographs well and what isn't as flattering. 

Pretty much anything flowy as in tops, dresses, and skirts looks amazing. If that's not your style, feel free to wear anything you feel beautiful in. Try to stray from small pinstripes, since they tend to photograph weird. I want you to focus on being in the moment with your Lover or family rather than worrying about sucking it in or if you're top looks too tight from a certain angle. 

If you choose to do multiple outfits I always recommend one more formal or dressier look and then one casual outfit that shows off your personality. And as far as colors go, the more the better. If we are shooting at a location with lot of green I would avoid greens. If we are shooting somewhere drenched in sunlight and wide open, whites, cream colors, and light blues look gorgeous. If you have any more specific questions, just ask!