Headshots, Portraits & Lifestyle
Your session fee of one-half the applicable rate reserves your session in the north metro Atlanta area. The session fee is due at time of booking. Session fees are non refundable.
Travel outside the north metro Atlanta may be extra – anything beyond the area from downtown to Alpharetta, and Smyrna to Norcross.
Where locations require photography permits per session, those fees are additional, such as the Goat Farm or the Atlanta History Center.
Cinematic head shot style is available if requested. LinkedIn head shot style is available. White background is good for LinkedIn. Up to two final basic retouched digital images per look. A look may be a change of clothes or background. “Company styles” can usually be matched.
Small $145 – 30 minute session in studio or on location.
Medium $225 – 60 minute session in studio or on location. May include 1 change of attire or background.
Large $395 – 90-120 minute session in studio or on location. May include 1 or 2 changes of attire or background.
$89 per person 5+
$69 per person 10+
For groups of 20 or more contact me for special half or full day rates.
Custom advanced retouching $35 per image.
Individual Portraits – 375
- 1-2 hour session
- Choice of studio or location (environmental portrait) session
- Up to three final retouched images
- Up to two changes of clothes.
- Makeup and hair styling can be arranged, but is not included in the portrait session fee.
- Studio or on-location session, or at your home
- Retouching and professional editing
- Blog entry of a few favorite images to share with friends and family
- A few favorite images watermarked and uploaded to Facebook to use on your profiles
A la carte
Luster coated 8×10 and smaller prints begin at $40.
Print and digital image collections begin at $350.
Events – 225 per hour, two hour minimum
I’ll arrive early to get prepared, and you will not be billed for that.
If you need names recorded, you will need to provide a scribe to walk around with me.
- Up to 100 images at web size and resolution
- Up to 20 selected images delivered in high resolution for media purposes.
- I shoot in RAW, always, even for events. Most other events are shot in JPEG. Shooting in RAW provides a much greater ability for color correction in post processing.
- Gelled flash, as necessary. This means balancing my flash to the ambient light. Have you ever noticed photos from hotels or restaurants that are too yellow? This is a white balance issue. To have consistent color, the white balance of the camera must be set to match the color of the ambient light, then the flash must be matched to that as well.
- Retouching and color correction as necessary.
- Posting to Facebook as soon as possible, at your discretion. In my experience, striking while the iron is hot is good for buzz.