What's in a Price?
Somewhere during my consultation process the moment of talking about final delivery always comes up. As we near that point, I ask, "are you thinking prints or digitals?"
My occasional client will ask for the cheaper option. And I answer with a loving smile, understanding what they are actually asking however, my clients don't pick me for my low price. As a boudoir photographer, I'm a luxury service. You wouldn't go to a Mercedes dealer and ask for the 2019 AMG Coup but the one with the most cost effective seats, right?
With that in mind, know that my prices are not based on the cost of paper or digital space. When I ask, I want to know which final product you see. Is it something you can look at on your tablet or computer, or is it a book you can thumb through. Or maybe a large print for above your bed.
The amount of work I put into each product, as a master artist, does not change whether it's a print or a digital file. You receive my complete focus while I craft your images. From the 15 years of training to the expert post production process each image goes through.
I will, however, mention one thing. If printing is something you are going to want to do at some point in time. You are better off going through the photographer rather than sending it to vista print or (heaven forbid) Walmart. When I send an image out for printing, I take multiple factors into consideration. Durability, paper-type, mounting options, all of these things and more can change the final product from a wrapped canvas to a large framed and matted print all the way to a metal print that will last hundreds of years.
When you come to a professional, expect professional results. It's my honor to serve you, I can't wait to make your dreams come true.
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