After viewing the website you may still have questions!
Hopefully you can find the answer on this page.
Do you have a specific question? Don't hesitate to contact me!
When booking for an outdoor photo shoot, count on 1-2 months' notice. Do you have an emergency due to illness or another reason? Then get in touch for options.
For photo shoots in the studio, I can often accommodate the same week. Please send a message for the possibilities.
Once you have booked a photo shoot, you will be sent a confirmation as well as an invoice and payment link within 48h. This invoice must be paid within 14 days of receipt.
Payment is only possible via invoice or payment link and not cash on the day itself. When you place a backorder, you will receive a separate invoice for this. Once the invoice has been paid you will receive your photos.
Account number: BE93 0689 3365 8167.
Weather plays an important role, as most photo shoots take place outdoors. If bad weather is predicted, we will decide together whether to let the shoot take place or move it.
In most cases of bad weather, we choose to move the shoot. In such a case, we will work together to find a new suitable date. In dry weather, the photo shoot can usually just go ahead. Clouds are no problem at all. If the weather is very gray, we will take a look at how serious it is. Sometimes it is also necessary to reschedule the shoot.
No that's no problem, I have a thin photography leash/tow halter that your dog or horse can keep on during the photo shoot. I work this away afterwards in photoshop.
You will receive a sneak peek via email or social media the day after your photo session. So make sure to follow Lieselotte Claesens' page on Facebook and Instagram!
Together with the sneak peek, you will receive your personal gallery where you can choose the number of photos included in your photo session and order additional photos if necessary. You will receive the selected photos after a maximum of 4 weeks, which can be downloaded via a personal link.
Your personal gallery contains all the unprocessed photos. From these, you can choose the number of photos that were included in your photo session and it is possible to order additional photos if necessary. The additional order rate is €30 per photo.
Unprocessed photos will be never be delivered to the customer, only the chosen edited pictures.
A web file is 2048×1365 pixels in size and contains the watermark of LCPD.Be. Such files are used for posting on the internet and social media. However, the format is NOT suitable for printing.
The 'HR' in an HR photo stands for 'high resolution'. These photos may NOT be placed on the internet and are only suitable for personal use. You can have these photos printed in any desired format. See 'disclaimer - general terms and conditions' for the use of web files and HR photos.
I work with a professional printer. When you choose to order photos online at: Blokker, Kruidvat, Hema, etc. the prints can be very disappointing. Our professional printing company guarantees the best possible quality.
You can book a private workshop via this form..
You can register for participation days or photo walks at the relevant event. An overview of the events can be found at here .
A walk-with-me day is, as the word itself says, a "day" when you join me on a photo shoot. On this day, I arrange some nice models in a beautiful photogenic place where we will photograph them together. You take a look behind the scenes, so to speak, at how I approach such a photo shoot, how I direct the models, how I use light and the environment.
During this "day" you can ask me any questions that come to mind and I will answer them as best I can, BUT concisely. There is no time to explain all the theory surrounding dog or horse photography. However, time is made at the time or afterwards to give feedback on the photos taken.
With a workshop we start with a theory section. Here the most important basics about dog or horse photography are discussed. Among other things, camera settings, different lighting conditions, using your surroundings, directing models and dog/horse language are discussed here. Afterwards, we get to work with this theoretical knowledge during the practical part and I guide you to create the perfect picture.
Afterwards, you have the choice to book another photoshop workshop afterwards. During this part of the workshop, we will work together on the photos we took during the workshop. I will show you my FULL workflow and how I edit photos. Of course, there is still room for additional questions or things you would like to learn in Photoshop.
So these are the main differences between a taster day or workshop and I hope this has brought some clarity to everyone. Do you still have a question about a taster day? Then send me a message for more information.
You can do so via here.
You can find them here.