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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
These are my standard pricing, but during the promo/quoted prices, all the prices quoted to you will stand above all standardized pricing! PORTRAIT PACKAGE I // one outfit, one location, 1 hour, 25 images, $400 PACKAGE II // two outfits, two locations*, 1.5 hours, 40 images, $600 mini session // one outfit, one location, 20 minutes, 8 images, $200 ENGAGEMENT PACKAGE I // one outfit, one location, 1.5 hours, $400 PACKAGE II // two outfits, two locations*, 2 hours, $600 WEDDING PACKAGE I // six hours of wedding coverage, 1 photographer, $3200 PACKAGE II // eight hours of wedding coverage, 1 photographers, a complimentary package i engagement session, $4200 PACKAGE III // ten hours of wedding coverage, 1 photographers, a complimentary package ii engagement session, $4800 FAMILIES family sessions start at $400 for: up to four people, one outfits, one location. after five people, the rate is $50 per person and roughly an additional 5 images. ELOPEMENT COVERAGE // starting at $1600 special rates apply for elopement or private ceremonies
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
We discuss what they are looking for to make sure that we are a great fit! I want to get to know them and really strive to cater to their every need. Then I let them know my services, prices and packages. Then we schedule a day to shoot, edit all the images and deliver the images via online gallery and provide my services to print the prints, canvas and albums!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I started off learning Photography from my father in 2003. He was a professional photographer that worked for IBM. Continued to learn through other mentors and took photography classes in college for two years. While taking classes in college, I processed film and manually developed film in a studio.