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To book a session, we require a $50 non refundable retainer. Your session will NOT be booked until the retainer is paid.  After your session, you will be able to view a gallery of your images. From there, you can make your selections and purchase the images you want. Everything is A La Carte, meaning you just purchase the images you like, no pressure. If you have a need for a large quantity of the same image(s), please contact us for a quote.

There is a difference between Prints and digital images. Here is the list below:

Print Prices:


4×6 -$9

Wallets $10 per sheet 

If you would like a special size photo that you do not see on this list, please contact us and we can give you a quote. 

(digital) Web Images: $25 each. Select this option if you would like the photo emailed to you.

Download ALL images: $500

Print Release: $100 (additional. this gives you the right to have your photos printed elsewhere)

In order to book a session, please contact the photographer with your desired date and information about what kind of session you are booking. There is a $50 retainer required to secure a session. We accept Paypal, Venmo, CashApp, Zelle, square etc to secure the retainer. 





After the shoot: you will have access to a private gallery on our site. That gallery can be accessed via the "client viewing" link on the home page. Once you make your selection, click the shopping cart icon. The drop down menu will show various prices for prints, digital images etc. If you don't see the size you are looking for, please contact us for a custom quote.


Question: Where are the package prices?

Answer: Because our clients' needs always vary, we have chosen to use an "a la carte" system. You buy what you want, and you're not stuck with anything you don't want. 


Question: Can I post the proof images online?

Answer: absolutely not. We provide our clients with access to the proof images so they can select the images they love, and then we edit the image as necessary before sending the final product. Posting the proof image online is not only un-ethical, but it doesn't show the image at it's full potential. Unfortunately, when we catch our images being posted online, we charge the client for the cost of each image posted. We also might elect to report the image.