Fall Photo Sign-Ups - OPEN NOW!
Sun, Oct 20 3:26pm

Sign-ups for fall photos with Sheila Krakow are now open!


There are no upfront fees, other than the sitting fee of $20 per time slot, payable to our photographer, Sheila Krakow. You will only pay for the product or images you select to purchase after reviewing proofs.

Scroll down to see available session days / time periods, select a session and type in your information. We encourage you to select a time outside of your class time. If you do schedule during your class time, please be sure you are on observation that day (or switch to ensure you are) so that your class can still run safely.

LOCATION: In an enclosed garden on the grounds of the church that Little Wonders is located. Park in the same parking lot as for class, but look to the right of the church office door to find a set of lovely wooden doors--the smaller one will gain entry to their Memorial Garden. This is our meeting point, but be aware we might temporarily be at the courtyard on Tilton where the Halloween party is.

You can bring siblings and we can do family sessions! However, each child should have their own time slot if you want individuals of each (and we will aim to get some of them together during that time); for a family session, sign up for two additional slots for the family. See guidelines on the sign-up sheet.

Please plan to arrive 5 minutes BEFORE your scheduled time—especially if your child is slow to warm to new situations. Please be conscientious to our volunteers and other families and be on time and camera-ready—as well as have exact payment ready [cash or check to Sheila Krakow]. It is a tight schedule and no fun for anyone if we fall behind. We may photograph in and out of ‘order’ based on the needs of the children. If you cannot make the scheduled time, PLEASE email and call ASAP the photographer’s assistant listed on the sign-up sheet, so they can call someone on the waitlist. There are limited sessions available.

What to Wear? Typically, it is recommended to wear solid colors, and to avoid white and loud patterns, ultra-trendy clothing and shirts with logos. Consider how the sleeves or neckline might gape open if the outfit is a little too big. Spring time tends to be windy and it could be chilly. There is no right answer here, but you do want the child to stand out more than the clothes. A textural sweater or a favorite shirt might feel right for you. A solid color paired with a small pattern shirt/dress in similar or contrasting colors worn by different family members often provides a unifying look. For family photos, think also that everyone is dressed in similar season and degree of formal/casual.

If you sign up for a session within 24 hours of the actual session… please text the photographer’s assistant who is scheduled for that day (info found on sign-up sheet).