WHAT’S IT COST?
PAYMENT IS ACCEPTED AT END OF SHOOTING SESSION
6.35% CT STATE SALES TAX ADDED TO ALL TOTALS – UNLESS TAX EXEMPT, OUT OF STATE, OR RESALE
Studio headshot ………… $265.00
The essential single headshot arrangement, includes proofs, one selected shot from the session, plus prepped and emailed final version.
Location headshot ………… $295.00
Similar to above, location to be determined beforehand.
Additional shots from the proof sheet, if desired either now or in the future, are $65.00 to prep, size, and process.
Additional poses, set ups, or arrangements, when requested and added at the same time to the above, are $125.00 per extra concept.
See more info on Pricing page.
CT State Sales Tax 6.35% added to all totals unless exempt, out of state, or resale.
The essential studio headshot roughly takes between 15 and 30 minutes. I don’t rush you, nor do I dawdle, instead I keep things moving along. We shoot batches of shots, and review them on the back of the camera. We can continue to shoot additional batches and review them until we’re satisfied we have enough good shots from which to choose. Call it a wrap when we’ve done enough. More elaborate, custom, and multiple outfits/backgrounds/settings would extend the time spent. I can provide a time range estimate for such projects.
Absolutely––good idea! If you have concerns, questions, or uncertainty, a talk together beforehand would be a good thing to do. I can help steer you through the process and determine if I’m a good fit for what you’d like to accomplish. If previous encounters with the camera disappointed you, let’s talk about what we can do to make this a good experience, not a repeat of before.
The proof sheet(s) are emailed to you 1 day later. After you select the one you want to go with, send me ID number beneath that shot. I’ll do the prep work and send to you the final jpegs 1 or 2 days after I get your selection. If you have special rush circumstances, let me know, and I’ll accommodate them as best as I can.
• the shooting session
• coaching, directing, and expert eye
• review shots on the back of the camera
• tweaking and adjustments as needed
• proof sheet(s) emailed to you 1 or 2 days later
• prep work on the one you select
• six jpeg files, different sizes or resolutions, both color and B&W
• images sent to you via email and/or placed in a Dropbox folder and link provided
• generous copyright usage granted
• all images labelled and archived
• prompt resending within 2 years (at no cost) of the prepped image files if they go missing