Event Photography Pricing
Images that set the scene, details of all the decor, candids during cocktail hour, photos of couples and co-workers mingling and chatting during dinner, shots of key-note speakers, award winners receiving their recognition, grip-n-grin pictures of VIPs, attendees enjoying the conference, action photos during team-building activities, family members at a long-overdue reunion, employees and guests enjoying activities like kayaking or golfing during company incentive trips, clubs and social groups on Charleston tours, holiday Christmas parties…if you’re looking for general photo journalistic coverage of your event as it unfolds, look no further. Event Photography is one of our specialties! This is how you hire a professional to take care of those photography needs for you:
$395 for 1st hour
$150 each additional hour
* Discounts available for half-day, full-day, and multi-day events *
After the event, all your images are carefully edited for perfect color, clarity, and composition. Within a matter of days, they will be placed in an Online Gallery where everyone can enjoy the images and order reprints and enlargements. In addition, you’ll be provided with an instant Digital Download link, giving you all the original high-resolution files. These files allow you to use the images in brochures, press releases, ads, promotions, and other printed material. Also known as “digital negatives”, you can even take the files to your local photo lab to make your own reprints and enlargements! And of course you can use the images in all your electronic communication such as newsletters, social media, press releases, and website development.
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the brand new Shoot-to-Screen,
or our popular Print-on-Site pricing?
“Want outstanding photographs? Want different and interesting photographs? Want photographs that really bring out the personality of the people in the picture? Chris and Cami are simply outstanding. Chris and Cami are simply great photographers, and really nice people to boot!” ~ Richard Hayes