As the new year rings in I have increased my pricing just a little (to view click here). I have spent large amounts of time and money over the course of 4 years to become a self taught Professional Photographer and I research new fresh looks and ideas daily and continue to use my educational background in Interior Design to help me create a "one-of-a-kind" look for my clients.
Why should you choose to invest in Custom Photography:
I realize that Custom Photography isn't for everyone. It is a decision to be made carefully and with thought. What custom photography ultimately is all about is choice and experience. Custom photography is about finding someone who will photograph your family, give you devoted 1:1 attention without worry of who is next ‘in line’ or the feeling of a crowded portrait studio.
Custom photography is more of a luxury than your entry level cookie cutter chain experience. Custom photography truly is not for everyone, it requires a level of commitment, investment in time and money, forethought and planning on the part of the subject/client and requires a larger time commitment for the photographer as well.
The Cost Of Time:
There is a great deal of time involved in creating high end custom photography sessions for a client. The luxury of great service, better choices and a superb end product. The result of all this are heirloom quality images. The time invested at the session is only a small portion of time involved in this process. Much of the cost of a photographer has a lot to do with equipment costs, artistic vision, and reputation of the photographer not to mention expertise and the usual costs of running a legitimate business, and more importantly the countless hours spent following a photo shoot to prepare the photos.
The customized service level you are sure to experience will be amazing. The knowledge that your final images are the result of someone caring about those moments so much that they take extra time ensuring that the artwork you receive is good enough to stand by with their name on it. That level of quality and commitment is all but lost in the age of "mass produced," "mass marketed," corporate "everyone is a number". Custom photography is based on being unique to you. How great an experience would be, to be able to sit back and allow a photographer to do this highly custom work for images that you will most likely cherish for a lifetime?
(p.s. I am sorry about the weird coloring, I actually scanned this in and for some reason it kept scanning in with this weird faded out coloring. Also I had to do it in two seperate pages and they just couldn't be aligned perfectly but at least you get the jist!)
Photographed by Ashley