portraiture…

I am available for individual, family, newborn and child portrait work, web page and product photography, corporate photos, sports photography, and engagement and maternity photography.  My style is typically more retro/vintage with a slightly urban feel.

I am mobile and prefer to shoot outdoors.** If you aren’t sure of a good location, let’s talk, I can definitely recommend some great settings. I prefer to shoot portrait work as close to sunset as possible as it’s the best light, but I have a very flexible schedule.

Pricing is as follows:
Session fee (1-2 hour session)- $200 for an individual $450 for family/engagement/maternity photos. Session fee includes the photographer’s time and work as well as post processing work after the session.

Two weeks after your session, you will receive an email notification with logon information to a private gallery for you to view and order the photos of your choice.

** Indoor work, corporate photography, head shots and real estate photography are also available. Please contact me for more information.

Print Pricing:

In order to allow for the most customization, and to keep my prices reasonable, all prints are sold a la carte with a multi print discount applied when three or more are purchased. All photographs are printed on premium Kodak Endura Metallic Paper and are unmounted and unframed. Prints 8×10 and larger can be mounted on premium mat board for an additional cost.

Print prices are as follows:

4×6: $13

5×7: $18

8×10: $30

11×14: $55

16×20: $90

20×24: $145

24×36: $190

30×40: $250

Custom sizes, outside of those listed above, are available. All photographs are also available mounted on my handcrafted wood photo blocks as well as on professionally printed canvas for an additional charge. Please contact me for details on pricing.

Want more info? Feel free to email me at info@traceycaponephotography.net.

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