[Update: I'm working on figuring out studio space for in-house headshots and portraits. As soon as I put it in place, I'll post solid prices. Many photographers will hide that info because it gives them the opportunity to up-sell. I want to make it easy for you do decide why you want to hire me. So... soon. In the meantime, please feel free to contact me and ask.]
Every shoot is different so it's close to impossible for me to set a price on a static package. It really depends on things like how much time a shoot is going to take, how much time I'm going to need to spend editing, travel, any expenses I may incur, etc.
And sometimes, I'll shoot for free. Just for the experience. Or to expand my portfolio. Or.. just because I really want to do a shoot.
Now, normally, when I see "Call Us for Pricing", I tend to assume I can't afford it. But that's not the case here. I really want to understand your project and provide you with the best value. So.. if you made it to this page, you must be interested. Head over to the Contact page and let me know what you're thinking.
I hope to talk to you soon and THANK YOU!
Do you shoot weddings?
Do you shoot for free? Time for Prints?
Can I extend the session on the day of?
What kind of gear do you use?
Do I have to order prints through you?
I'm growing my wedding skills and I'm not bad but I'm not sure I'm ready to solo yet and I refuse to mess up someone's special day. That said.. I know GREAT wedding photographers I can recommend and.. I'll likely be there shooting too.
Quite often so don't be afraid to ask! Sometimes, I'll shoot because I'm interested in a project. Or as a promotional opportunity. So.. it depends. Definitely ask.
Sometimes, I'll have back to back shoots but not usually. I don't generally keep a full schedule in case someone needs more time. Your chances are good. Just ask.
While I occasionally shoot old film cameras but my main camera is the Canon EOS R mirrorless. Most of my lenses are f/2.8 pro lenses. I prefer to use Flashpoint strobes for lighting. But my most valuable gear is my head and my heart.
For an unpaid shoot, selling prints is how I make the majority of my photography income so it would be great if you did, however, buying the digital file that's high resolution enough for printing is always an option. You can certainly get that file printed wherever you'd like.
For paid shoots, those files are yours and you can print them wherever you'd like.