Portrait Sitting fee – $350.00
A portrait sitting is 45 minutes – 1 hour at a predetermined time and location. I try not to be a stickler about the time limit…you never know how much fun we end up having and sometimes it’s hard to stop! The session is good for up to four people, just add $15 per additional person. You have the option for one wardrobe change during the session. With the sitting fee, you will receive:
- a CD with 15-20 watermarked images suitable for online sharing (usually more images)
- You will be provided with a password-protected online gallery to view your images two weeks from photo session date (and I try to post at least an image or two here on the blog within 24 hours of our time together).
Ready to book?
A $50 deposit secures your spot (it counts as part of your sitting fee). Just contact me so we can arrange the sitting at the next available date and time. The remainder of the sitting fee + tax will be due at the time of the sitting.
If you want to buy all the digital negatives of the images:
CDs/DVDs with print resolution digital negatives (no watermark) as well as screen resolution files (with watermark) for sharing online from your session with a print release is available for a fee of $375.00. If you choose to make your own prints, please let me provide you with vendors that will provide you with quality finished materials. I want you will be happy with your investment!
If you want to purchase individual digital negatives, they are available with a print release at the rate of $55 for each image.
Important information about print orders:
- Prints must be paid in full before orders are placed. I accept cash, checks, Paypal, cashier’s checks or money orders. Payments made by check must clear before the order is placed. Client will be charged an additional $35 for bounced checks.
- Orders for prints may take up to two (2) weeks to deliver after order has been placed.
- Sales tax of 8.25% will be added to all orders.
- Due to the differences in the nature of computer monitors and photographic paper, the client should be aware that the colors of a photographic print will never be identical to what is seen on a viewing screen. Color dyes in photographic prints do fade over time due to inherent qualities of dyes.