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PORTRAIT PRICING AND FAQ

Portrait Photography Price List and FAQ


I fully direct you throughout the shoot and explain exactly how to stand or sit, tilt your head, place your hands etc, in a way that compliments your best features.

It's a good idea to bring in four or five outfits to give you different portrait looks to choose from. You can be as casual or as formal as you like. Anything from a ball gown to jeans is absolutely perfect. I am in the process of collecting pieces for a studio wardrobe, so if there is anything in there, you are also most welcome to try things on too.

Portrait Sessions are on Saturday afternoons, so if you are planning a night out, why not get your hair and makeup done professionally and have a portrait session before you go. Read more about what to wear.. click here.


How do I book my portrait session?

Contact me. We can talk about ideas for your shoot, how you would like to be photographed and my availability. A non-refundable session fee reserves your date.

What is included in my portrait session fee?

The session fee pays for and reserves my time for your portrait session and ensures that your session time is secured. Products are not included in this fee.



How much will this cost?

Send me an email. I will send you a price list and a shoot guide that details the process of having your portrait taken.

Can I bring a friend?

Absolutely. If your friend would like to have portraits taken with you, just let me know in advance, so that I can plan the session. If you just need a friend for moral support that's fine too.

Will my images be retouched or Photoshopped?

Yes, I only present retouched images.

Do you accept credit card?

Yes, I accept Visa, MasterCard or American Express. I also have payment plans available.

I don't want prints, can I just have the digitals?

I provide a digital copy of every image that you purchase. That means for each image you purchase you will receive both a digital file and a print. As your photographer, I want you to have both digital and printed photos. A print on high quality archival paper will possibly last a 100 years without fading, whereas digital photos may disappear among hundreds of files on hard drives or cloud storage. By providing you with both print and digital copies, you have security knowing you will have a copy of your photos for many years to come.


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"A good photographer can make you look incredible, even when you're not feeling very sexy." Cindy Margolis

Adelaide Photographer Alice V Rossiter, Highbury, SA, 5089, alice@alicevrossiter.com
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