Prices include travel to location, photo session, post session computer processing, retouching, and digital images that you OWN. Many other photographer's advertised prices are for the photo session only. See other important details below.
Basic: This type of session allows for a few basic poses, and does not include wardrobe changes because of time constraints. 30 minutes. **Typically includes 10-15 digital images.
$75 - up to 6 people
Deluxe: This type of session allows for more time for creative posing and individual portraits for group members. 60 minutes. **Typically includes 20-25 digital images.
$125 - up to 6 people
Premium: This type of session allows for more time for creativity, wardrobe changes, multiple locations, etc. 1.5-2 hours, as needed. ** Typically includes 30-40 images.
$150 - up to 6 people (ex. engagement, seniors)
$175 and up - Large family or group (including multiple groupings and individual portraits)
Infant & Newborn: This is a session in your home preferably when the baby is less than 10 days old for newborn posing, or not yet crawling for infant. 2-3 hours, as needed.
Includes setup of lighting, backdrop, and posing equipment. Also includes a few photos with the new parents.
** Image number depends on the amount of time that baby is sleeping or happily participating. The baby is in charge of the session <3
$200 - includes one complimentary 8x10 or 11x14 print from a professional printer.
Mini: 15 minute session at specified location on select dates. Details available when advertised. **Typically includes 5 digital images.
Custom: Can include event photography, large groups, etc. Details will be determined at the time of booking, based upon client needs.
* Previous Clients will receive one complimentary 8x10 of their choice from a professional quality photo printer, through this site.
Prices can vary depending on special requests by the client. Pricing includes travel expenses and several hours of work after the photo session ends.
** The number of digital images depends on posing time and the size of the group. Larger groups require more time for posing, and typically yield fewer finished photos than photographing individuals.