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  • Why should I choose you?
    Sara has had nearly 30 years of photographic experience.
  • Do I have to be naked?
    No! Bare me means different things to everyone. You can be as bare or covered as you like. It is up to you how you would like to see this opportunity and how you would like to present yourself.
  • Do I have to tell my story?
    Not at all. The choice is always yours. Sometimes it is a good feeling to chat through things you may never have spoken about openly. Sometimes this can be like a new chapter.
  • How long will the shoot take?
    You can expect to spend around 30min-2 hours in total for the shoot. There are so many variables on the day. Having photographed almost thousands of women everyone is different. Some people have had enough after a short period while others could go all day. As a photographer I will follow your lead.
  • Is there an option for hair and makeup?
    There is always this option, however, for this type of shoot I suggest you keep to your natural self as much as possible. It’s an opportunity to be in the elements without having to worry if your mascara is running. Again, this is up to you. Just give me a call and we can chat more.
  • What clothing do I wear?
    This is something we will chat about in our Discovery meeting.
  • How much does it cost?
    Bare Me aims to create an all-inclusive rate. From the first discovery calls, to our planning session, to the shoot itself, to receiving a copy of low res Jpgs (for all digital media) and a 5x7” album of your favorite images to keep.
  • Do I have to get an album?
    We can discuss this after your shoot. You may opt for a large archival print instead?
  • What do you mean by 'Art on your walls'?
    Many of us collect the artworks. Sara is a respected photographic artist and will provide you with the opportunity of your own images being worthy for your walls.
  • Do you do any other type of portraits?
    When I had dependents, I ran a successful portrait studio in Auckland for over 15 years. To this day many homes will still have ‘Sara Orme’ portraits. I have had years of experiences working with all sorts of people. From photographing president Clinton to Little Treasures magazine.
  • Will there be any one else on our shoot?
    I usually work with an assistant who ensures everything flows on the day. She not only helps me hold my camera but she will also help make sure you are warm, cool, comfortable…everything to make your experience special and memorable
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