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How do you base your fees and pricing?

No matter what I do, it's based on a creative fee, which is my time to prepare for, shoot, edit and retouch, share and advise, and prepare orders.  So I base it on an hour of shooting, knowing each hour comes with three extra hours of behind-the-scenes work.  If two of us are shooting, that's even more behind-the-scenes time. 

Our creative fee for portraits, headshots and lifestyle sessions are $350 for a local, mid-week session, and sessions usually last an hour.  Weekend sessions are not often available, and are $500.  On location (anything further than a 20 minute drive from Campbell) may also be an extra charge.

Usage fees are usually built into the price of our products rather than into the price of our service.  For corporate headshots and events, a usage fee gives you permission to use my images anywhere you please without a credit line.  For personal use (weddings, portraits), it gives you the permission to share my images in their home, online or in print with a credit line or signature (much less expensive than the first). 

Finally the products and files themselves, and since I don't skimp on the quality, they might be more expensive than other photographers.  Wall art is from a local master printer on a gorgeous canvas or German etching paper.  Albums have lifetime guarantees.  I want your artwork to be gorgeous throughout your lifetime!  

We have PDFs with much more detail, just send me a quick email and I'll send it back ASAP.

Can I book you for my wedding?

Yes indeed!  In fact, 80% of what I shoot is weddings, and boy, do I have the best job in the world!  Visit my wedding page at www.rheebevere.com to learn all about my wedding work.

Can I commission you to create artwork for our offices?

Yes, indeed!  We have our artwork on display at the law offices of Gates Eisenhart Dawson, a 15 piece canvas gallery collection of the best of San Jose architecture.