Photographer for Hire

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 11 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

Background: Another couple friends of mine got engaged this past weekend. I was talking with them at Old Chicago’s (which is where we go after Merge) and they were wondering if I’d shoot their Engagement photos. I said yes, explaining to them how I’ve been wanting to do more portrait photography this year. I was eventually planning on blogging about, but I guess I just do it now.

I feel that I’m pretty much at a place where I feel confident offering my photography skills for hire. I’m also looking for a new challenge in photography, mainly taking pictures of people.

I have not set rates yet, but I guarantee that they will be very competitive. I would be interested in shooting engagement photos and general portraits. I would not like to shoot birthday parties or other real-time events for the time being, this means that I probably would not shooting weddings, although feel free to ask.

I currently have Fridays and weekends available, so drop me a line if you’re even interested (my contact information is always on the front of my blog). I’m definitely up for negotiating prices, so you really have nothing to lose.

To give you an idea of what I’m thinking about offering:

  • Taking 100-200 photos over a couple hours on location(s)
  • Delivering 25-75 processed photos in JPEG (possibly DNG if requested)
  • Physical prints would be extra, but affordable with minimal markup
  • Option for producing a photobook
  • Online photo gallery (probably through Flickr, maybe through another source)




7 thoughts on “Photographer for Hire”

  1. Shooting not shooing?

    Also, you should advertise for senior photos, the professional studio people around here charge huuuuuuuge amounts. All you need is a few locations for backgrounds.

    1. “you should advertise for senior photos”

      This is more a of hobby that I’m expanding. I may put something up on craigslist at some point, but for now it’s mostly going to be word of mouth.

  2. I think it’s a good thing and I would say go for it because you know how to take good photos and you enjoy it.

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