CT State Sales 6.35% tax added to all totals unless out of state, for resale, or tax exempt. Sales and Tax Resale Certificate must be provided if client is tax exempt or for resale. For non-profits, a federal Determination Letter of exemption under Section 50l(c)(3) or (13) of the Internal Revenue Code may be requested.
Payment of balance can be made by credit card or other means at the end of the shooting session, or when the final photos are delivered, as determined by the Photographer.
CASUAL, CUSTOM, CREATIVE, OR INTERPRETIVE WORK:
A custom price Estimate will be provided before shooting jobs of greater complexity, including but not limited to work/office setting, high value locations, special prop and gear requirements, high risk, special access permissions or permits, additional talent or service providers, weather dependencies, construction delays, specialized corporate guidelines, and other non-standard circumstances.
For this style of shooting, price is based on description of desired results, necessary prep work, type of setting, complexity of arrangements, and length of effort required. Photographer will strive to reach the best balance between cost and final results, by discussing concerns, obstacles and solutions beforehand to develop an effective plan of action. Whether simple or complex, Photographer requires explicit objectives from client to avoid otherwise mutually unproductive and unsatisfying wild goose chases.
Normal prep treatment includes removing stray hair, softening lines, taking out temporary blemishes, and so forth, plus size adjustment, file format changes (included on one selected image on page 1 of Estimate/Invoice).
Additional selections from the shoot receiving same prep as above: $69.00 per additional image
Custom Prep: a custom quote will be given promptly after receiving full details of a project requiring extensive or custom Photoshop work, such as multiple combinations of different picture elements, several image elements assembled into a final image, swapping faces, heads and other features, major alterations, significant reconstruction, and so forth. Custom projects are evaluated, quoted, and agreed upon before accepting and scheduling them.