Let's Work Together

I strive to provide excellent customer service and will respond to your message within 24 to 48 hours. If you have not received a reply after 48 hours, please send me another message/email (jazminesharp@livelysharpphotography.com) as I may have missed it! Yes, I'm human; unfortunately, I am a human with chronic mom-brain, so please don't hesitate to reach out again!

You may receive a quicker response if you send a message by texting or calling me on my cell at (231) 420-3550 during business hours (9 am - 5 pm any day of the week).

I look forward to working with you, and can't wait to get started on this project together!

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Frequently Asked Questions:

1) How long will it take to get my photos? My turnaround for typical portrait session proofs is approximately a week to two weeks, then after your ordering appointment shipping for the finished products takes another one to two weeks. The nature and duration of the session and products may increase or decrease the time frame as each session is unique!

2) Are you willing to travel? Yes, depending on how far away you are, and my availability. I do have a travel fee that is calculated per mile past 25 miles from my location.

3) What are your prices? Each client experience will have a unique investment amount, most people invest $300-$1,500 on their portraits, but I will never attempt to make you uncomfortable by intentionally going over your budget.

4) Do I get the copyright to my photos? The short answer is no. Lively Sharp Photography is the sole owner of every photo taken at every session, and the copyright is nontransferable; therefore LSP is the only entity permitted to use images for profit and/or commercial purposes unless specifically stated otherwise. If you need further clarification, I am more than happy to assist you!

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"What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that's gone forever, impossible to reproduce."

—Karl Lagerfeld