Let's talk and look at everything that goes into your shoot.
There are many moving parts that go into determining the cost of your shoot beyond my experience and quality of work, whether it is a wedding shoot, event or involved special location project.
The biggest thing is the perceived amount of time spent on the shoot, because what I do goes beyond just taking the pictures during your event.
Sometimes there is pre-production work I need to do, which is logistical for our work together to flow right. This may even include any involved meeting time between us. This could also involve expenses to make this happen, that you haven't already covered in your event preparations.
There is the actual time of the shoot, during your event, which could be as little as 4 hours to as much as two days.
Then, there is post-production time. This is the pouring through the volume of material I have generated to select the best images. After that, there is digital editing time to optimize the quality of the images I have chosen. The result is usually a selection of 100-250 images that get presented to you at the end of the day. The post-production process can be a week's time, give or take a day.
After that, you may opt to take your chosen digital images and move forward, or you may want to explore options for printed versions or albums with me.
Everyone is different, with various sized events, you may have a venue for your even or not. There may be travel time and expenses involved in fulfilling your dream's ideal outcome. We simply need to talk...