Frequently Asked Questions


I have compiled a list of frequently asked questions for your convenience. If you have other questions, please feel free to contact me


How much in advance do I need to reserve?

At least 30 days notice but I do take up some last minute assignments if I am available. However, I like to plan everything about the session so booking well in advance by putting a deposit is highly recommended.

How much does it cost?

The pricing varies subject to the number of hours covered. It also factors in the actual photography session & post - production time. For 1.5 hour - 2 hour session, clients spend an average of $450 - $800. So whether you are planning on a maternity shoot or a big fat Greek wedding, please do write to me as I would like to offer you the best possible price.

How soon will I get my photos?

Sometimes within a week or sometimes 4 – 6 weeks depending on how busy I am at that time. Trust me it’s worth the wait!

How to confirm a booking?

You can confirm a booking by paying 30% of deposit of the agreed price. The deposit is non-refundable if you cancel the photo session as I am sure you will appreciate my time & effort that goes behind running a successful business. 

What if you cancel a booking?

If for any unprecedented reason you are not able to go ahead with the photoshoot, please inform as soon as possible. I will try to rebook the day but If I am unable to, the deposit paid will be retained. 

Do you travel to different destinations outside U.S.A ?

Yes absolutely! I can travel freely to the United Kingdom, Europe, India, Australia, Singapore, Mexico, U.S.A & most of the commonwealth countries without any visa issues. Rest may take some time to get a legal entry but because of my love for food & travel, you may just find me in your city when you plan to hire me. Did I mention I would need travel and safe accommodation to crash?

Can we hire another photographer along with A FEW GOOD CLICKS?

I prefer to shoot with my associate photographers, as we know how to place ourselves and not become obtrusive in each others shot mainly during wedding ceremony. I would say hire no more than 2 cinematographers to get the most from your event coverage.

How big is your team?

One woman army but I do have fantastic second shooters I usually work with. So if I am not available, I can have my associates cover your event subject to availability.

Do you also do videography?

I would say, I would like to focus on photography as an art at the moment. I wouldn’t mind if you hire one alongside or go with my recommendation.