Cassie Clarkson Photography 9665 Old Rushville Rd. Rushville, OH 43150 US
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
Since we last met, I have poured into your session, culling through all of our shots and finding those perfect moments. I then go over those images with great attention to detail, ensuring everything looks as perfect as possible during post processing. Artistic interpretations and enhancements are created digitally during this time.
Once your portraits are completed, (typically 2-3 weeks after your portrait session) you are contacted, and at your convenience you come to the studio for your post session premiere and ordering session. We enjoy refreshments as we watch a slideshow of your images we created set to music (typically lots of laughs and even tears). We then go over the variety of options, wall art, gallery displays, and albums that I have available and we select and create your final printed portraits together! All packages now include all of your edited digitals with print release so if you prefer to print elsewhere you are absolutely free to do so!
I gift all of my clients with a $200 gift card for our online store and I will show you how to access and use your online gallery, how to use your gift card in our online store, and how to use your mobile app.
Tips to Help you Prepare
helpful tips to consider before you arrive
The studio is attached to our private residence, however it has it's own designated entrance. When you arrive, park anywhere you like in the graveled area. You will know you have arrived as there is a black sign with my logo on it just off the road and right where you park. Come through the white picket fence and follow the brick pathway to the studio entrance. There will be a sign with my logo on it just by the road and where you park.
GPS tips: Please make sure you have typed in Old Rushville Road and that it doesn't autocorrect to something else. There is a Rushville Road and a West Rushville Road in this area also that some have mistakenly gone to when using GPS.
Also notable: The street numbers on our road start over in weird intervals so don't panic if the road numbers don't make sense.