Sitting Fee for Portraits
Sessions require a sitting fee. Half the Sitting Fee must be paid in advance of the sitting date in order to book and hold the date of sitting. Sitting fees are non-refundable.
Sitting Fee: $150.00
Booking Requirements and Other Notices
Session booking is important. When I book a session, no one else can book that time or date. For that reason, I require a sitting fee which serves as a non-refundable sitting fee in advance of your session. If for any reason, I must reschedule your session, no additional deposit will be required.
Print Pricing is based on lab printing cost and is subject to change at any time, with or without notice.
Print Prices Direct Order
If you would prefer me to print and mail/deliver your order. Please use the same photo ID numbers that you would use when ordering from the online proofs below.
I would prefer you to direct order your prints. It is a little more work for me but I have much more control of the photos.
If you want any of the photos painted and they are not already in the proofs folder let me know and I will paint one for you and either add it to the online proofs or direct order it for you.
Print proofs 4x6 with proof/copyright mark on image......$1 each
Digital Painting of any photo add $10.00
Please add $3.00 shipping and handling.
Different Print Sizes
Just a note on the proofs. I do as little post production work as possible on the proofs. They are basically what I received out of the camera on the day of the event. I do all the post production work after I receive an order, cropping, color correction and things like that. So if there is something you don't like about the photo I can and will most likely fix it after you place your order.
If you have any questions before you order give me a call or drop me an e-mail.
Print Room use professional-grade photo papers such as Fuji, Kodak, and Ilford. Our prints are developed using continuous-tone processing, just like film, and with true black & white developing. You will receive long-lasting prints that you will be proud to show-off to your friends and family.
• Continuous-tone printing for lossless prints
• Latest silver halide printers from Fuji and Durst
• Constant equipment calibration and color profiling
• Consistent and predictable print output
• True black & white printing
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
I want to explain a little about how a lab crops photos to create different sizes. This will affect your choice in some cases.
You will notice that I shot lots of the photos with “dead space” on each end. Others I took up very close. This is because when creating an 8x10, 11x14, 16X20 or 20X24 the lab crops (chops) a bunch off each end. A negative is not the same proportion as an 8x10, so some must be cropped. So if you want an 8x10 or 11x14 of a photo, choose a proof with extra space to be cropped off the long ends.
I offer an 8x12 on my price list with the same price as a 8x10. This is the same proportion as the negative and requires no cropping. I know some of you hate math! But for those that don’t, just take a 4x6 and double it and you have an 8x12. If you want nothing cropped off, if you like every inch of your photograph, then order an 8x12 or a 20 x 30. Frames now come in these sizes and most are easily available at camera stores, department stores, frames shops, etc.
I hope this helps you make your choices. Please call if you have questions.