Professional Newborn Photography Pricing and Costs
One of the first questions that I get asked as a newborn photographer is "How much do you charge and what do I get?" A good and simple answer is virtually impossible to give. How long is a piece of string and what do you want it to do? We always recommend coming into the studio before you book to make sure that we can provide what you want and to answer any questions you may have. We can then give you a far better idea of what your newborn photography experience cost will be. To help explain how we get to the price that we charge I have described below the normal things that are taken into account. Photographers who do not take these things into account will find it hard to be in business for any length of time.
Before a customer even gets into the studio the professional newborn photographer has already invested in the art work that will eventually be produced.
Expenses which can not be attributed to a single client and are ongoing:
Electricity, building, contents & equipment insurance
Costs we can allocate to specific session:
Direct costs, Heating/light, specific props, refreshments, washing, online gallery, and of course the actual products
Then there is our time:
Communicating prior to the shoot, emails, calls, messages, confirmation, (1 hour)
Keeping the business going:
Attending networking events, social media, administration, website maintenance, blog, book keeping and research
Not forgetting the time just looking at the beautiful images that make us all so, ........ happy.
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