Q- What are your rates?
A- Check out the "BOOK YOUR SHOOT" tab at the top of the page on WWW.TRASHYBETTY.COM! If you have any further questions or don't see what you're looking for, feel free to email us at trashybetty@yahoo.com!

Q- Do you sell gift certificates?
A- YES! Please email trashybetty@yahoo.com to purchase a gift certificate!

Q- Do you provide wardrobe?
A- We do have a variety of wardrobe!  I add things every week, if not every day lately! If I don't have something for you, I can definitely point you in the right direction as far as shopping or obtaining wardrobe for a shoot!  We have a vintage Lady Buxton jewelry box that is FULL of vintage jewelry, as well as vintage train cases FULL of hair accessories! I also have lots of vintage lingerie in various sizes!

Q- Do you have wardrobe suggestions! 
A- We sure do!! CLICK HERE and HERE to check out my pinterest boards on wardrobe!

Q- Do you photograph plus-size women?
A- Yes!!! We photograph ALL women. 

Q- Are all photos posted online for others to see?
A- No, we respect your privacy! However, if possible - I do love sharing the art we create!

Q- Can someone else photograph me while we're shooting? (Ex: Another person photographing me photo'ing you... or phone cameras...)
A- No Outside cameras.. Cell phones "selfies" are just fine & encouraged! Tell the WORLD how beautiful you look & feel! :) Outside cameras can sometimes be a distraction to you and me - IF you are a model, blogger, etc. - and want your experience recorded- please let me know and we can make an arrangement! I know a pretty amazing videographer and also a second shooter!

Q- Is there anyone in the room with me when I'm photographing boudoir?
A- No, just you and I. Unless, you absolutely want someone in the room with you, we try to keep it to this minimum unless the other person or people is/are being photographed! We work in a very small space and quarters can get a little cramped with more people in the room! Please chat with us before bringing a guest unless this person has booked to be photographed and we are aware!  

Q- Should I tan, lay in the sun, or spray-tan before my shoot?
A- If you feel that you absolutely must, please email me. If you don't already know a highly recommended professional, I can point you in the right direction! 

Q- May I bring a guest, a friend, or my child to my shoot?
A- Unless you've booked a Mommy & Me vintage-inspired session, please refrain from bringing guests with you unless you run this by us prior.
 Please refrain from bringing your children. This is an experience for YOU! Thank you for understanding!  

Q- Alcohol. May we bring wine, or other alcoholic beverages to our shoot?
A- As much as I love a delicious glass of wine, or an occasional drink, we must say no! We are definitely concerned about your safety after you leave us & don't want the possibility of your face red from alcohol during your shoot!

Q- Session Retainer Fee.
A- Session Retainer Fees are in place for a reason. We charge a session retainer fee to hold your spot on our calendar. Do understand that if you didn't pay a session retainer fee, and you didn't show up, we have lost an appointment that could have been given to someone else. Time is precious, we can't get it back! Session retainer fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. 

Q- May I edit or crop my own photos??
A- Please don't! Please message me in reference to this if you have questions!

Q- Do you photograph weddings, bridals, engagements, newborns, children?
A- YES! Please visit SWEET MELISSA to see more of my lifestyle portraiture work!

Q- Trashy Who? How did Trashy Betty get its name? 
A-This is a question I'm asked often, and chances are if you've shot with me and don't know me personally- you've heard about it. But, for those of you who haven't.... 
Contrary to popular belief, T Betty didn't get it's name from photographing scantily clad women or pin-ups. Several years ago, I made jewelry out of recycled products aka trash. I al
so made hair accessories, ornaments, and various other crafts, lots of times using these recycled materials. I often photographed them on my friends after attempting (and I say attempting b/c I've not always been as seasoned as I am now) their hair & makeup in retro & vintage styles!
When I was a little girl, my granny carried her cameras everywhere, and took a photo of everyone - especially the babies! I always loved having film & cameras as a child, and especially loved when my mother agreed to buy me a roll of black and white film!

(I'll be adding to these as I get them)