A quinceanera photographer in Redlands, CA

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Top 10 Quinceanera Photographers near Redlands, CA

1. Veronica Jackson Photography
5.0
from 4 reviews
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5.0 (4)
Responds Quickly
Responds Quickly
  • 1 year in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
  • Serves Redlands, CA
"Hi Friends! I am Veronica Jackson! A photographer based in Southern California in the city of Menifee, right smack in the between Los Angeles and San Diego. I am self-taught with a heartfelt passion for all things photography, natural light, cats (sorry dog lovers), food, honest human beings, and beautiful environments. I've been chasing my photography dreams since I was a little girl when my mom handed me a Polaroid camera and told me to capture the world as I see it!  ​I love keeping things simple and relaxed in my life and during events and sessions as I find it always produces the best effortless results with the least amount of stress! I pride myself on making the client comfortable as to allow them to focus on enjoying their big day while I do my photography magic. Whether grand or small, I always bring the same passion and dedication to each individual job and it is my top priority to make sure everyone’s happiness is captured through the click of my camera! Let’s connect and make some magical photographic history.   I would love the opportunity to give you beautiful and intimate memories of your special occasions to include engagements, weddings, quinceañeras, family photos, lifestyle and so much more through high quality images. Allow me to turn your memories into history by capturing your happiness in a click!"

$150

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$150

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$150

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6. Danielle Penn Photography
Top Pro
5.0
from 115 reviews
5.0
(115)
5.0 (115)
In High Demand
In High Demand
  • 9 years in business
  • 228 hires on Thumbtack
  • Serves Redlands, CA

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"Danielle Penn is an award winning and a published expert in Wedding Photography and Portrait Photography. She has been voted as not only the top female photographer in SoCal, also as one of the Top 10 Photographers in Riverside and surrounding counties. Danielle Penn specializes in capturing life's most precious moments. She brings creativity and experience to deliver photos that are striking and emotionally touching. Book her today and get photos that you will treasure for a lifetime! "I have studied the craft of photography since 2004. My studies first began in Florida, furthered through college attending at UWF, and continuing from passion into a full business. I absolutely love what I do. Capturing special-priceless moments, and love stories is what I live for. Not everyone is comfortable in front of a camera, and I completely understand and recognize this right away. After several mins, you won't even remember the camera is pointing at you. I take so much time in assuring you are comfortable, and this is why images I take shine with light, laughter, love, and full of life. Everyone is unique. Everyone has a story to capture. I can't wait to capture yours! Look forward in working together soon! " Price Breakdown: 1 hour-$400 2 hours-$600 3 hours-$900 4 hours-$1200 5 hours-$1500 6 hours-$1800 7 hours-$2100 8 hours-$2400 9 hours-$2700 10 hours-$3000 ALL PRICES ARE NON-NEGOTIABLE "My breakdown of Photographing your Wedding" Why Are Wedding Photographers So Expensive??…. Or Are We?? It is a very common misconception about wedding photographers being overpriced. Wedding photos are the most tangible keepsake from your wedding day (other than your spouse….) ;) and many people believe that this is the main reason behind the high price of wedding photography. Despite their obvious sentimental value, there are so many other costs that go into producing wedding photos. Many couples wonder why full time professional wedding photographers often charge $2,500-8,000 per wedding. In order to support oneself as a full time photographer, this is a must. Most couples immediately think that if they spend $2,500 on a photographer that should account for the number of hours the photographer works photographing the wedding day, so $2500/6 hours = $416.66. Right!? Wrong..... To break it down I am going to use my number of $2500 which is a little below an average experienced wedding photographer in the state of California. Time spent working on a wedding from start to finish: -4+ hours in emails, communications, maybe meetings, agreements, etc -6 hours wedding day preparation- preparing gear, communicating with other vendors/coordinator/DJ, researching, going over a timeline, possible planning with second shooter or videographer -2-4-6-8 hours average travel time to and from wedding- driving, arriving at venue early in case of emergency, parking, etc -6 hours wedding day photography -2 hours backing up wedding photos -25 hours culling, sorting, editing, exporting, and uploading wedding photos -3-5 hours sneak peek wedding highlight after wedding -1-2 hours posting to client gallery -1 hour creating client package of finished product Total average hours involved in a wedding: 54 Expenses (budgeted average costs for a $2500 price): -Sales tax @ 8.75% in LA/OC/San Diego = $218.75 -Self Employment tax, 13% = $325 -Income tax, apx 15% = $375 -Liability + Equipment insurance (total divided by 20 weddings per year), $25 -Health Insurance, (total divided by 20 weddings per year), $90 -CC processing fee: $105.00 -Gas/travel: $50.00 aprx. -USB+ Packaging + shipping , $50.00 -Other expenses not calculated into this total: Gear, computers, transportation, software, website fees, studio space overhead, banking fees, worker’s comp insurance, accounting fees, membership fees, advertising, permits, city business taxes and fees, etc. Total: $1,298.75 in expenses per wedding Total wedding profit: $2,500 – $1,298.75 = $1,201.25 YES, Weddings are expensive and wedding photography is expensive. However, when you take into account all of the time and work I put in for a single wedding, the expenses, the quality of my work, and the value of the product you are receiving, it makes a lot more sense why wedding photographers are priced the way that they are. I am extremely passionate about what I do! Any who aren't cant survive in this industry. The long hours put in, the emotions, the 20-50 lbs of gear. You have to love what you do to be a wedding photographer, and I wouldn't trade with any other career choice. I love what I do, however I will admit, it is not a walk in the park. My experience has challenged me and kept me true to my craft. If you are planning your wedding, as you are determining your budget, keep in mind not only what all goes in to your wedding photography, but what you will take away from it. Book someone who has enough experience, gear, insurance, and knowledge. Book someone you connect with personally, and feel comfortable around. Book someone you can trust with your memories, and trust in their advice and expertise. Wedding photography may appear expensive, but all things considered it will be worth your investment in a professional."

$375

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$375

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$375

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Finding the right wedding photographer can make a big difference for your ceremony. Nationally, the average wedding photographer’s price ranges from $800 to $1,000, but costs can be much higher in areas like Chicago, New York or Los Angeles where some couples spend $2,000 to $5,000 or more for the photographer they want. Factors that can affect your wedding photographer prices include the photographer’s reputation and experience. Heavy hitters can command top rates, especially during wedding-season weekends. Day of the week also affects your cost. You may get a $200 discount on wedding photographer prices if you get married on a Friday in November rather than a Saturday in June. Time onsite is also an important cost factor. Hiring a photographer to snap photos from the moment you wake up until after last call at the reception is going to cost more than five hours of pictures during the day. Multiple photographers, special lighting, and videography will also increase your costs. Ultimately you want to find someone who has a style you love and can provide the number of edited shots you want for a price you can handle. Learn more about hiring a wedding photographer.

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