The best photography service in Lima Peru
The best photography service in Lima Peru for families, maternity, proposals, weddings, and other occasions.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, you pay the agreed price for the photo-shoot. That’s it.
After we agree on date, time, location, price and other details you have to make a reservation. To make reservation I take 1/3 of the agreed price as a deposit via PayPal system.
You are welcome to pay the rest of the payment right after the photo-shoot via PayPal or cash.
I would not dare call aFoto4 the best photography service in Lima if my clients would not get their photos in 3-4 business days.
For reasonable cause to change plans the deposit is returned in full (transaction fees lays on the client)
If the weather is not cooperating we will look for a time to reschedule. If there is no suitable time for both sides and we have to cancel, I will give your deposit back. The best photography service in Lima Peru.
After your photos are ready you will receive a password protected link and password to access your photos. You can share the link and password with whom ever you are pleased to. Download photos in one month.
I do not carry a responsibility of having a backup of your photos, however, I have a lot of them in my server. If you have lost your photos, it’s a good idea to check with me.
I take a lot of photos during the photo shoot. Out of these I select and edit quality shots. How much quality shots I got depends on multiple factors such as ambient light, time that we have, crowd, moving speed, ratio of pictures taken for whole group, it’s segments, and individual shots. The minimal quota for 60 minutes shoot is 45 photos. For longer shoot the minimal quota increases. I usually make more than minimal quotes but above them there is not guaranty.
Yes, but … There are nice hotels in San Juan, however, beaches next to them usually are very crowded. Nicer, wider, less crowded beach that has some greenery is pretty close. It is worth it to take 10 minutes drive for much better photos.
Yes. The process includes: cropping, exposure, light and color balancing, skin defect removal and general skin softening when it is required. The process does not include shape editing.