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Professional Headshots for MCB Members

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Where will this photo be used?

The online MCB Membership Listing is available to all MCB members.  Your photo will be uploaded with your listing. 

 

Can I use a picture that has been taken recently?

Yes.  Please first check to see that you do not already have a photo for your listing by logging-in to MeckBar.org and searching for yourself in the Membership Directory.  If you have had a professional headshot recently, we can upload that file.   Please e-mail the photo to Rhea Kelley at rkelley@meckbar.org

 

Will I get to choose which photo goes online?

Yes, you will be able to view your proofs immediately after they are taken.  You can then choose which photo you want to be used.

 

Can I purchase photos?

Yes, however you are not obligated to do so.

 

Can I just walk-in and get my picture taken?

No.  To best avoid an excessive wait time, we ask that you set an appointment with RCL.  RCL will try to provide some walk-in times for those that miss their appointments and are unable to reschedule a specific time.  Call RCL Portrait Design at 1-800-580-5562 to schedule your appointment.

 

How long with the photography session take?

About 15 minutes.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 
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