A question that you might have could be answered down below. If not, just shoot me an email at rebekahlinphotography@gmail.com, and I will get back to you as soon as possible!


How do I book a session?

To book a session, you can either use my contact form here on my website under the contact tab or email me at rebekahlinphotography@gmail.com. I do not take inquires through social media as I do not want your message to get lost.

What happens if I need to cancel or reschedule a session?

If you need to cancel a session, it's no problem - I understand life happens and things come up! I do require a deposit of 50% of the price of the package in order to book your session, and the other 50% can be paid on the day of the session or anytime prior. This deposit is non-refundable in terms of a cancellation, but if the session is rescheduled then the deposit will go towards the session as planned. We will work together to find a new date that works for you!

Can I have all of the pictures? Even the unedited ones?

Unfortunately, I do not include the unedited pictures in your gallery. I take the time to carefully edit each picture (with my own unique editing style) that I choose to include in your gallery to make it the best for you! I weed out all of the blurry pictures or ones that didn't turn out exactly as planned, so that's why you might not get a picture back that you might remember taking. Also, the package you chose determines how many pictures you will receive in your gallery!

How long will it take to get my pictures back?

It always depends on how busy I am with other shoots going on as well as other life things! You may get your gallery back the next day, or in a week, but if it is taking longer - I will send you some sneak peeks to enjoy while you're waiting on your full gallery.

Can I bring someone with me to my session?

Absolutely! Feel free to bring parents, a couple friends, or anyone if you just want some support, or you don't want to be by yourself! I 100% understand! They can feel free to take some behind the scenes pictures on phones, but I ask that they do not use any sort of professional cameras to take pictures during the session :)