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I was looking for a quality photographer for a professional portrait, but I did not want the "yearbook" style of photo. Sid Ceaser produced the style and look I was seeking, and the quality was top-notch. He was an easy person to work with and was very accommodating. I highly recommend him for anyone seeking a photographer with the skills to capture the look and feel exemplified on his web site.May 15, 2017Verified
Sid did a great job of putting me at ease before and while taking the photos. I don't usually like having my picture taken, but Sid actually made it fun. And he was able to get me the proofs and final processed images quickly -- something I truly appreciated! In all, it was a wonderful experience, and I would recommend Sid to anyone looking for a head-shot photographer.Apr 25, 2017Verified
Sid was fun to work with-- made me feel very relaxed-- and the photos came out great!Mar 7, 2017Verified
I went to Sid for business headshots in the fall of 2015. I have known Sid through mutual friends for about six years and have admired his portrait work. Sid has a very distinct style for his portraits and the images he created for me were very in keeping with his artistic vision. He is a very genuine, down to earth guy and puts his subjects at ease very quickly. If you are looking for a contemporary headshot or portrait for yourself and your business, I would recommend giving Sid a call.Jan 12, 2017
Hot Mess Boston B.
Working with Sid was absolutely amazing. He is a true professional and a creative genius. We told him what we were looking for, and he not only completely captured the vibe but expanded on it (Hence knocking our promo pictures out of the park)! I can't say enough good things about Sid and our experience working with him. I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for a professional photographer.Jan 17, 2017
Albert Ceaser Jr
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Head shot photography done at my studio is a flat $300.00 per person. The shoot is edited into an unprocessed proof set and hosted online for the clients viewing/selection. The client then selects their top image(s), which is provided as a processed high resolution color file, a high resolution B&W file, as well as two small, resized images ready to be dropped into social media. Images come with a non-transferable license. Additional files are available at $75 each. Location indoors head shot photography starts at $400, and location outdoors head shot photography starts at $475. For corporate clients, I stagger the priced based on the number of same-day subjects we photograph: Indoor Location: $400 subjects 1-5, $375 subjects 6-10, $350 subjects 11-15, $325 subjects 16-20 ... Outdoor location: $475 subjects 1-5, $450 subjects 6-10, $425 subjects 11-15, $400 subjects 16-20 ... Usually each job is a specific set of needs and parameters, so it's best to let me know what you need and I can craft a quote based on that.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Studio head shot sessions are usually conducted at my photography studio in Nashua, NH. I ask clients to plan on a session lasting an hour and a half to two hours. This gives us time to chat, get more relaxed and allow good time to create superb photography. If possible, I invite any future-client to visit my studio in advance, just so we can connect. It helps break the ice and makes things a little more comfortable on the day of the actual session.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a BFA in Photography from the New Hampshire Institute of Art. I have been in business since 2004. I've received awards and have been published in magazines like Popular Photography. I’ve been featured on websites like Kotaku, Good Morning America, WPPI Online, Petapixel, Huffington Post, Westcott University, Lomography and FStoppers. I teach a photography workshop helping photographers better understand their manual camera settings using off-camera studio and location lighting. I write photography-based articles for Zack Arias' DEDPXL website.