Portrait of Rejy D. in Marcus Garvey Park in a wood frame.

FAQs

Have questions? We have answers. 

Selecting the right portrait artist is no easy task. There are so many questions to ask from pricing to what products are offered. 

We have compiled a quick list of common questions. This isn't every single question asked, but it's a decent start. The best way to get all your questions answered is to jump on a quick call...15 minutes and we'll have you squared away.    

What's the cost of a portrait session?

A portrait session starts at $850 for an hour. This tends to be the sweet spot for most as it allows for wardrobe changes or group photos.

 

If you're looking for a session in the White Sands Dunes or any other fabulous location, we can do it! That will change the cost of the session and travel costs will have to be discussed. Planning a birthday or anniversary party? We have pricing for those types of special events too.

The best way to determine the cost is to schedule a quick 15 minute, complimentary photo consultation here

Mommy and Me wall gallery on light grey wall in a living room

Are digital images included in the session fee?

I grew up with multiple framed pictures on the wall, so the G Photography specialty is decorating your home with your amazing portrait images. The session fee includes a $500 print credit. On average, our clients invest $2000 to $4000 in photographic products. Some spend less and some spend more, but we have options for all. 

 

Of course, we offer more than just framed prints. There is a fairly deep selection of photo products to meet customer needs. To view our portrait pricing guide, click here. For those who are planning portraits for a graduating senior, click here. Headshots? Click here for our headshot pricing session. 

I have a few more questions. How can I contact you?

Trust, we understand this is a major investment. You can get our tips on selecting the right portrait artist for you or your family here: 7 Steps to Choosing the Right Photographer. We also know planning a portrait session for a graduating senior is a milestone as well. So, we have tips for selecting a senior photographer too: Tips for Choosing a High School Senior Portrait Photographer. And for the professional of all seasons, look at our Five Tips to the Most Authentic Headshots

Now if you're the person who just wants to talk it out, call us or schedule that free photo consultation: schedule complimentary photo consultation. If email is your thing, send a note from our Contact page. 

Mother and daughter having fun during a family portrait in Brooklyn, New York.