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This session focuses on your entire family. The fee includes up to five family members. There is a $10 fee for each additional family member. I will focus on getting amazing family portraits for your home as well as individual shots of each child. I will strive to capture your children together as well, whether they are posed or just playing with one another. We cannot forget about mom and dad. When is the last time you guys have taken a picture together? :)


Newborn sessions are ideal before your baby is 2 weeks of age. In my experience, when newborns are photographed within the first 7 days, they are easily positioned and easier to soothe. Be forewarned - I may ask to hold the baby as my youngest is 7 and I miss tiny babies! :)


Three sessions (typically at 3 mo., 6-8 mo., and 12 months)

Many clients prefer to start with newborn session, then 6 mo. and 12 months.

What a great way to capture your child in his or her first year of life! They grow so quickly during that first year.

Wedding packages start at $1800

Basic package includes 5 hours of photography with Shannon & assistant, your own private online gallery for proofing and purchasing, and full resolution of all digital images on CD (about 200 photos). Feel free to contact me with any questions or additional needs you may have.

(Custom) I understand that each situation is unique and your needs may be best met with different criteria than shown above. I would be happy to work with you to create a custom package tailored to meet your needs.

Print Prices

5 x 7 $15.00

8 x 10 $30.00

Single digital image $40.00

Full gallery of images on CD $250.00 (around 30 pictures)

*All purchased digital images are copyright free.


-All session fees are due and payable on session date.

-MasterCard, Visa, Discover, cash and checks are accepted.

-Please make checks payable to Shannon Lee.

Don't forget....PAY IT FORWARD!

Each referral earns you a $20 credit. Refer five clients and receive a complimentary 1hr. session!

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