LOCATION PORTRAIT/FINE ART STUDIO PORTRAIT SESSION
Note; Fine Art Sessions are highly crafted sessions where full artistry of light and post production is applied.
Studio Sitting Fee $195.00 (Credited towards print purchases)
12x8 inches & under SMALL WALL $395.00
18x12 inches HALLWAY WALL $695.00
24x18 inches LOUNGE WALL $999.00
30x20 inches FEATURE WALL $1,200.00
45x30 canvas LARGE FEATURE $1,350.00
Full Resolution Digital Files (per image) $995.00
Low resolution for commercial head shot 72dpi $245.00
Portfolio Boxes available on request
Social media versions (watermarked) provided with each image purchased.
Convenient time payment options available on request.
Weekend surcharge of $200 applies on Saturdays and Sundays.
(note: Printing taken place outside of Richard Wood, voids any printed responsibility of image quality as within the studio.
Studio images are put through a refined craft process. They are then printed on high quality museum fine art stock papers with high quality inks. This ensures detail and longevity of the prints.)
I believe wedding photography should be timeless. I shoot in a very classic yet elegant style because I believe it’s important that your wedding album does not date quickly. I shoot in a very documentary style with minimal posing. I understand that a wedding photoshoot should be fun and stress free to in turn, allow the smiles and positive emotions in the day show through in your photographs.
Your wedding day is the most glorious and special day of your life. After the lights are out, the guests have gone home and the cake has been eaten..... all that remains are memories and photographs.
I encourage you to make this the area you do not take short cuts. Be sure to hire a qualified professional. Hawke's Bay has a handful of photographers who have passed the tough review and inspection process provided by the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photographers. Make sure you book one. The industry is now wide open to anyone to claim the title of photographer. The NZIPP has been set up to keep both the industry and consumers safe. We follow strict professional guide lines and codes of ethics. Meanwhile our work goes under the spotlight of examiners. Around 50% of potential professional photographers fail to produce up to standard work and remain unqualified within the NZIPP.