Hey everyone! I have some exciting news! For the last year and a half I’ve taken a nice long break from doing family portraits. It was much needed, and I appreciate all of the love and support I got for years when I was shooting. With that being said, besides my product photography, I’m excited to reveal my newest photography endeavor. I will be shooting lifestyle “in the home” portraits.
“In the home” portraits just get me all excited even thinking about it! They are SO fun because I get to go to your home and shoot your family in your own element where you spend the most time, where you love, where you dwell. If you like natural, candid photos this is the shoot for you!
All sessions will include at least 35 of the best images, edited and on a disc for your own use. Included in the price will also be a stylist who will come and help out with finishing touches, be extra hands for me (and you!) and if you’d like, even help pick out wardrobe when we arrive. Sessions last between 60-90 minutes. “In the home” portraits are $350. This rate is for Utah County only. Please contact me for traveling rates if you are outside of Utah County. Spots are limited. I will only be taking two sessions each month, so book now!
How the pricing is broken down:
Sitting- Time and travel- $200
Post-Processing- all of the best images individually edited- $100
Digital disc with all printing rights- $50
With most photographers you are required to purchase your portrait photos individually through the photograhper, with single 8×10 prints costing up to about $40 and 5×7′s between $10-$20 a piece. Also charging anywhere from $250-$500 for digital copies of the images. Because I feel like my clients should be able to have access to their photos whenever they’d like, I like to include a disc of images with all of my sittings at a low price.
I really loved how the Ward Family’s session turned out! They are such a fun, beautiful family and I am so grateful that they invited me into their home to document their wonderful life!
Styling and assisting by Alison Faulkner