Portrait session investment | 2013
Newborn session | $600
Child/family session | $550
Includes the CD of the final edited high resolution images (with print release), low resolution watermarked images for online sharing, 10-12 ‘photographer’s choice’ 5×7 white bordered reference prints, access to a secure online gallery of your final images for 30 days, and a mobile brag book app containing 12 of your best images for your mobile devices
A $200 is due as a deposit to hold your requested date in the calendar and will be applied to the total amount due. Final payment (plus 6.25% MA sales tax) must be received on the day of the session.
Discounts are available for multiple sessions booked together (i.e., maternity and newborn).
Jill is also available for travel to Cape Cod & the Islands (Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket) and Boston for half or full day coverage of your family’s summer vacation! Please inquire about rates.
For newborn shoots, it is best that I meet your little one before they are 12 days old. I am no longer booking traditional newborn sessions with newborns over two weeks of age – it is best to schedule your newborn session while pregnant (and as far in advance as possible)!
Starting in 2014, lifestyle photography will be the standard for all newborn sessions. For more information and information on discounted 2013 lifestyle newborn sessions, please visit here.
all print sales are final.
packages (minus deposit) are subject to 6.25% MA state sales tax. no exchanges or refunds. pricing is subject to change without notice. * please allow 3-4 weeks for editing your images and an additional 2-3 weeks for printing & processing. cash, check, and paypal are accepted for deposits. credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover,and American Express) are also accepted for in-person final payments. as the photographer, I retain the rights of all images taken at your photo session; I reserve the right to discard any images that do not meet my standards. In the interest of fairness for all of my clients, prices and business policies are non-negotiable.