FAMILY PRICING GUIDE

FAMILY PRICING GUIDE





"The way Katy can capture light while also making every shot look natural and comfortable is unbelievable."
-KRISTEN





PORTRAIT COLLECTIONS





Osprey Collection



$2000

Half-day session (up to 5 hours)
Up to 4 locations
80 final retouched photos
Online proofing to pick your favorites
$400 album or print credit







Kingfisher Collection



$1500

3 hour session
Up to 3 locations
60 final retouched photos
Online proofing to choose your favorites
$200 print or album credit







Meadowlark Collection



$1000

2 hour session
Up to 2 locations
40 final retouched photos
Online proofing to choose your favorites







Chickadee Collection



$650

1 hour session
1 location
20 final retouched photos
Online proofing to choose your favorites





PRINTS



Every single one of my photo packages includes a digital download of the images, so if you really want to order prints yourself, you can! Heck yes!



That said, I do like to warn people that not all prints are created equal. A lot of places will print things with strange looking colors, greenish casts, too much contrast, and just in general they wont turn out the way they are supposed to look! I spend hours editing photos to make them look a specific way, and bad printing totally reverses all my hard work, which is a total bummer.



Because of this, I always recommend that you order prints through me if you want to make sure they come out perfectly.



I offer a HUGE selection of prints, and I try to keep the prices as reasonable as possible! These are just a few of my prices for the most popular print sizes. You can see the full list in the online gallery I send you once your photos are finished.




  • 8 wallets: $11.00

  • 4x6 print: $6.00

  • 5x7 print: $8.00

  • 8x10 print: $13.00

  • 8x12 print: $14.00







ABOUT THE SESSIONS



On the day of the shoot, we’ll meet at the first location you pick and start shooting right away so that you can warm up in the first 10 minutes or so. Everyone takes a little time to feel comfortable in front of a camera, so don’t worry if you are a little nervous or awkward at first! I love to give a lot of direction, so you won’t just be standing there wondering what to do!



We’ll wander around the location to get a lot of variety in backgrounds and poses, and you’ll be free to change your outfits anytime you want.



What to wear:

You can bring as many outfits as you want to your session, but most people come with around three. When choosing what to wear, pick your favorite clothes that make you feel the most confident and comfortable. As a general rule, neutrals photograph better than bright colors - it’s a good idea to avoid fluorescent fabrics and really bright shades that will bounce a vibrant color into the shadows of your neck and face (turquoise, bright blues, lime greens, bright reddish orange and coral can all do this). Definitely make sure that everything fits you well! Stay away from anything that might be really tight, really baggy, or really tiny. These articles of clothing can lead to awkward photos that might accidentally show undergarments or make you look larger than you actually are. Also, if a particular color brings out your eyes really well, definitely bring a shirt in that shade! Jewelry and other accessories are always welcome as well, because they make it really easy to make subtle outfit changes as we shoot. Finally, make sure to iron and steam your clothing beforehand -you don’t want it to look wrinkled!



Where to Change:

When shooting on location, there often isn’t a good place to change outfits, so keep this in mind. Most people change in the car or they bring a sheet and change behind it. Also if you plan outfits and undergarments accordingly, you can sometimes change in public without a problem (by putting on pants under a skirt, etc).





LOCATIONS



We all have places in our lives that make us feel relaxed and at peace, or places that hold special memories and meaning. Choose a place for your photos that feels like YOU.



I’m happy to help suggest ideas based on what you have in mind, and you also check out my website and blog! And I’m always willing to shoot at new spots (like your home!) that might be special to you.



You can check out my full list of location ideas on my portrait info page here!





FAQs



FAQs!