FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

After your wedding/event, your images will be uploaded to our website and your associate will let you know they are ready for viewing. You have 30 days to finish your package. Finishing your package involves paying for and placing your final order for the products included in your package (prints, enlargements, CD or album). Your associate can help you if you have questions. If your package includes a leather album, follow the instructions below:

Please email us the image numbers (in order) for the album. The number of  images depends on which pkg. you chose. If you would like extra images the charge is $1 per image. Choose either regular or lay-flat pages, the lay-flat pages album is $50 more. Also include the address you would like everything mailed to. We will mail the cd of images after we have used it to make the album.
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Kirk email: kirk@www.kirkmcgee.com

Yes.

Yes, you can add as many hours as needed. The associates receive $50 an hour at the event.

We answer emails and phone calls within 24 hours. Sometimes our replies are mistaken for spam and not seen. If you haven’t heard back from us within 24 hours please call Kirk directly at 254-214-4996 or email here

The travel fee is $0.50 per mile round trip, paid to the photographer at the event or sitting. If this is an issue for you, we can suggest an associate that is closer to your event location. In this case there may not even be a fee.

Our associate will meet you at a convenient scenic location. They receive $100 from you and then prints and CDs are available for purchase at www.kirkmcgee.com at very reasonable prices. In other words, you get to make your own “package” (The $100 fee to the associate is for a 1-hour shoot. Each additional hour added will be $50.)

Yes, for $100 each session.

Within a few days to two weeks.

Yes, all of the packages are more or less suggestions. A copyright released cd is always available from any portrait or event at .75 cents per image.

To keep our accounting costs low we prefer that the “payment schedule” on each package be followed.