What do you call a Portrait Photo Anyway?
A portrait records you as the primary entity in a photograph. Portraits can be either full length but are usually half-body shots. The person or people in the photo should be the main feature of the image, and that’s how we like it, a strong focus on you.
The Wikipedia description of a portrait is little a different. “…capturing the personality of a person or group of people by using effective lighting, backdrops, and poses…”
Do you only offer Portraits for Singles?
We offer 1-hour Portraits Photo session for singles, couples and groups.
They can be outdoors in a suitable location or the comfort of your own home.
Perfect if you have older family members who are not as mobile.
Are Professional Portraits Really Necessary?
How important is it for you to record your and your development? Is having photos documenting the transition from one era to the next important. If so, then yes.
Is Personal Branding in Business important still?
It is more important than ever as your image is in front of more people than ever online. Your brand must stay consistent across all media on or offline. Yes, your look is an excellent part of your brand, so make sure you are instantly recognizable.
Quickly gain trust, and it will be easier for you to deliver on your brand promise.
Who are professional portraits for?
Portrait Pricing in Sydney, What’s the Cost?
Portraits in your home starting from a low $440 in a local area. The Sydney business portrait pricing can average $440 – $500 per single person per hour.
When you book for yourself and your partner, it is the exact cost.
Prices per person drop dramatically for small groups, as there’s greater efficiency.
Contact us for the best price on large group bookings.
Can you provide Photo Prints and Wall Art?
Yes, we can supply a full range of prints on paper, canvas, and framed wall art. We can even create a wall collage print with the whole family.
Can portraits be taken outside?
Natural light portraits in Sydney can definitely be captured outside. Some careful selection of what time of day. Away from direct sunlight and consideration given to where we have some control with the light. Outdoor portraits can look great. Shots in a local park or nature area will be a great experience that will be more fun than a studio.
We can also capture natural light portraits indoors. When softened near a window, the natural outdoor light in an office can create some of the loveliest soft skin tones. It can help take a few years off too.
Contact us today for an obligation-free chat and free quote.