For my services, I offer three packages (the petite, premium and platinum). However, I also offer add on services. Read below for additional information. 


If you are looking to have your photos sooner than my typical turn around time, maybe you should consider purchasing the rush fee! When you purchase the rush fee, I will prioritize your session and will have the photos sent to you within 24 hours of our session. 

Clients typically purchase the 24 hour rush fee if you need the photos for the next day or two - I often see clients purchase this if they need headshots ASAP or birthday/cake smash photos!


When booking a session with JENNAKPHOTOS, you choose which package you are interested in (petite, premium and platinum). Each package includes a set number of digital images. However, if you are interested in additional images, you can purchase them for a small fee per image. 


Sometimes, you may just love ALL the photos, which is when you can purchase the entire gallery. When you purchase the ENTIRE GALLERY, you receive it for a discounted price (compared to purchasing each image in the gallery individually). I like to make sure you can get the best price when you purchase the entire gallery - depending on how many images are included in the session, you can ask JENNAKPHOTOS for a quote on the entire gallery (after the session). Sometimes, it may be cheaper to buy the entire gallery compared to all of the additional images you have favorited, so check in and ask for a quote! 


Did you know that you can shop prints through YOUR online gallery? It is SO simple, and I recommend checking out that awesome feature! Through the shop in your gallery, you can get your photos printed through a professional printing lab - this lab will ENSURE the quality of your order to make sure everything looks ok. 

I recommend printing through the professional printing lab instead of cheaper photo kiosks such as CVS, Walmart or even Walgreens. When you print through a cheaper lab, they don’t always change the chemicals to develop your photos and they are not always quality controlled. I know I have personally received photos from all three photo kiosks and have been disappointed with the quality. Check out a blog post I created which views the pros and cons of using a photo kiosk: LINK HERE: