Ala Carte Product Prices (2012)
Do you sell prints or digital files?
I offer both. I prefer to sell you prints and wall portraits because I know that my computer monitor is calibrated with my professional printing lab. I know what your prints will look like when I order them, and I know you will be pleased with the quality of your prints. These prints represent not only you and your family, but also my work. I want your friends and family to be appropriately “wowed” and not distracted by poor print quality. However, I do understand that in this digital age, everyone likes to have digital files — I want them too! But I worry that once you have your disk of digital images put on your computer, that’s where they’ll stay. Computers crash, and often these files will be ruined unless you have them backed up appropriately. You deserve to have beautiful prints on your mantle and walls — prints and albums to hand down to your children and grandchildren. You spent a lot of time getting ready for your photo session — you deserve to have beautiful prints to show off! (OK — rant finished
So here is a sampling of my print prices for 2012
Gift prints (5×7 , 8×10, 8 wallets) are $15
Wall prints (mounted on foam board and protective coating applied — not framed) are as follows:
16×20 — $50
20X24 — $85
30X40 — $150
Do you sell a disk of digital files?
A disk (or thumb drive) of all high-resolution digital files from your session is available for $300 for a full session and $150 for a mini-session. The disk contains both print-ready files and web-sized files. The print-ready files are prepared for printing 8×10 and smaller, and come with a print release for printing as you like. The full disk is a savings of nearly 50% over the individually priced files. Please be sure to back up your files either online or in a separate location.
****New this year– each full-session disk comes with a set of 4×6 reference prints in a custom keepsake box*****
Do you offer packages?
No, I don’t. I sell Ala Carte that way you can pick what you want to purchase. I find that I am not a “package” person myself — and I think most people don’t fit the average package either! I keep my prices low to begin with, and have been know to throw in extras as gifts just because!