The sitting Fee Monday to Friday is $150 & Saturday to Sunday is $200. This includes a 1 to 1& 1/2 hour session with a presentation of your best edited portraits to view. This does not include any prints or product. Please e-mail for rates with a minimum of $400 in purchases required.
This includes a half hour sitting in the studio or on location and two high resolution files for business use.
For large employee group headshots the fee is $65 per person with a minimum of five.
For a one hour business sitting in the studio or on location and eight high resolution files for business use the fee is $350.
PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY
For full use of images and rights rates may vary.
Half day rates start at $800 and full day rates start at $2000.
All images are edited by our editing team and delivery is based on contract deadline.
Commercial work includes, Architectural, Environmental Portraits, Product, Clothing, Food or Headshots.
Do You Have a Question?
What is the turn around time for prints?
You will receive your product or print within ten business days.
I need rush service
For all rush service deliveries within two working business days, the fee is $75.
1) For portrait sessions, I recommend solid colors because they put more focus on you, the subject. Solid clothing also makes it easier to edit stray hairs or wrinkles in the fabric. When picking colors, be aware that darker colored clothes will make you appear more slender on camera. If you want to draw attention, wear a vibrant color for one of your primary pieces: a jacket, shirt, or scarf. For a more detailed breakdown, check out how to pick the best colors for your photos.
2) Please take your hair bands off from your wrist ladies. This is a common faux pas that is timely to edit.
3) You should always have multiple outfits ready for your session. Your photographer may notice something that makes one piece better than another or an outfit that’s a better fit for a specific location. Try to do variations in lengths, textures, and colors. I also recommend bringing outfits that are a mix of casual, formal, and in-between. Back-ups are handy.
4) Try to have everyone in the group wear similar color tones, such as all neutrals or all-natural tones. This will make everyone in the group look cohesive and like they belong together. If one person wears something different, like a green shirt when everyone else is wearing muted blues, then all the attention will go to that individual. Try to be cohesive.
5) Dress for your client. If you wear suits to your client consultations, then I would not recommend wearing a t-shirt for your brand session. It creates a mental disconnect with your audience, and as we all know, clients work with people they trust. Make sure that the pictures people see on your social channels reflect who they see in person. What you wear on social media should be what you wear for your portraits.