January 25, 2017 | Posted in blog

I recently asked for your input on my Facebook Page, to decide whether to include only digital images, prints, or both.
Whilst a lot wanted both, some preferred digitals only as they like to take advantage of special online deals. I will always offer a selection of digital images as, like me, a lot of my clients have family living overseas. My true aim is to get clients to display the images they’ve paid hard-earned money for, in their homes – instead of the disc or USB ending up in a forgotten drawer. You’d think being a photographer my home would be filled with many lovely images, and until recently that was NOT true – it was more of a “always the bridesmaid, never the bride” case. A lot are still sitting on my computer!

So, I have restructured my prices to suit every budget.
I have now separated the packages and session fee – a lower midweek session fee is offered to entice those considering dates with a discount. I too have a family and love my weekends, and with both of my boys now at school, midweek sessions during school hours suit me perfectly. Having said that, I totally understand that working mothers and fathers may not be able to get time off, so of course weekend sessions are still available at my regular £40 fee.
My most basic packages still include only digital images on disc, now with an optional upgrade to include matching prints beautifully presented with an engraved USB.
Also coming soon will be custom and high quality wall products that you won’t be able to find on the high street or discount online stores – I am currently in talks with a few suppliers and will be posting updates as and when they are launched.
If there is something that you’d like to see me offer, I’m all ears!

So here it is – my new 2017 Price Guide to suit all budgets.  Credit Card payments are now available so that you can spread your investment without being limited.

If you’re considering capturing quality family memories, simply fill in the Contact Form here.

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