Chris is AWESOME!
We’ve done two shoots so far! Both were easy, no stress, fun and carefree! He’s easy and absolutely great to work with!
I’ve booked three shoots prior to Chris to get some great, industry standard, headshots for acting. However, all of those photos weren’t the same caliber as what is required for those seeking to work as an actor. I had pretty much given up finding someone here in Charleston and had decided I’d head to Atlanta to do the shoot. But then I found Chris-thank goodness! He does great work, he’s a great listener and is open to the vision you have. I can’t recommend him enough! Charleston, you finally have an amazing headshot photographer!
This session is great for professionals who need up to 5 retouched studio headshot photos and have limited time and/or budget. This session allows for up to 2 "looks" or outfits*. This package is also idea for the business person who needs a few great photos for their business cards, social media, etc.
This session allows for more latitude and more photos. With up to 3 "looks" or outfits*, you'll end up with 10 great retouched studio headshot photos. This would be the one if you're looking for different backgrounds, more lighting choices, etc... or just really need that 3rd outfit change.
This is THE BIG ONE!.. With 4 hours to shoot up to 20 retouched studio shots with up to 4 "looks" or outfits*, multiple lighting styles, multiple backgrounds, etc. This is the one when you want a lot of choices in which photos to send out!
The prices above reflect in-studio sessions. On-location shoots add $50/hr for any additional time needed to travel, set-up, etc.
If it's more convenient, I can shoot at your location! Every shoot is different so it's impossible for me to set a price on a static package price for on-location shoots. It really depends on things like how much time I'm going to need to spend traveling, any expenses I may incur, etc.
My general rule is $50/hr for additional every hour (rounded to the hour) for travel door-to-door and back, equipment setup, etc. Plus expenses.
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.
I occasionally shoot 35mm film cameras but my main working 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.