Commissioned Portraits start at $1,800.00
I come from a background of commercial photography and have always been drawn to creating something different and unique. Creative directors I worked with often felt the same and were trying to push for an edge that would make their client's product stand out from their competitors' offerings.
A few years back I thought, why not bring this approach to portraiture photography. Friends, familiar with my advertising and personal work, came to me looking for something they would not see in a year book or on their in-laws' mantle piece. Something that wouldn't make visitors say "Your kids are so sweet. What a lovely smile. Those braces sure worked a treat." but instead "How did you do that? I love it! Who shot that picture?"
Photographs are individually tailored to commissioning families by incorporating interests, skills and passions of all family members into the conceptual planning process.
Here are a few of those images that have made people stop and stare:
THE NOT-TOO FINE PRINT:
- 1 custom portrait shoot
- concept, tailored to clients' interest and agreed upon before shoot commences
- one shoot of up to 5 people (roughly 1-3 hours) and potentially tons of animals
- retouching, color correction and structural photoshop work (up to 8 hours included - any additional hours charged at $100.- after consultation with client)
- one finished image delivered as a high res tiff file and one 13"x19" (paper size) archival ink fine art paper print (image is for personal use only, photographer retains copyright)
- Price: $1,800.00
- all of the above (OPTION 1) plus:
- 1 archival aluminum print with shadow frame in either 24"x24" or 20"x30" depending on format of final image; larger prints available upon request (additional charges apply)
- please allow 2-3 weeks for production and shipping after delivery of final high res file
- [pricing for larger size aluminum prints available upon request]
- Price: $2,100.00
(deposit required before commencement of shoot: $500.00 - | refundable, should photographer crash a Lotus or anything other with inadequate brakes into the back of a bus before delivery of final file)