Corporate Portraits

They say you never get a second chance, to make a first impression. Make it a good one! Whether you need a corporate photograph for your company's website, or an impressive display photo for LinkedIn or other social media, I can help you put your best face forward.

packages and prices

Executive

Sitting fees, 5 high resolution digital files, online gallery of all images at web resolution, phone app.

Additional images at $800 (full resolution digital file), 10% off printing costs.

$4,700 / person

Employees

Sitting fees, 2 full resolution digital files per person, online gallery of all images at web resolution.

Additional images at $500 (full resolution digital file), 10% off printing costs.

$3,000 / hour (after setup time)

Full corporate package

Combination of Executive and Employees shoots, as per your requirement.

20% off combined value

Corporate Photography FAQ

Why do you have different packages?

What if I want more than 5 images from my Executive shoot?

My employees really like their images and want copies / prints.

What is web-res and full-res? What exactly do I get when I 'buy an image'?

Who owns the copyright to the images?

Corporate Photography FAQ

Why do you have different packages?

Most businesses have a few top executives and many employees that report up the corporate structure. The photography needs of these two groups are different.

Typically, the executives' photos need several poses, perhaps different outfits, and even props and locations. This is because their images will be used more often and across various media like the company website, social media, trade publications, newspapers etc. So you need more shots, and a greater variety of shots. We therefore would spend more time setting up each shot / location / outfit / pose, and as such, the shoot takes longer and is more involved.

The employees' photos on the other hand, usually don't need to be distributed as much, so it is more efficient to set up the lights and frame once, and then shoot them all, one after another, making slight adjustments as may be needed.

This is also why the Executive package is a rate per person, while the Employees package is a rate per hour.

Often businesses need a combination of both, so we offer a 20% discount on the combined value (based on your needs) as a special package. For example, let's say your company has two partners and nine employees. So your need is two Executive packages and one hour for the Employees (usually we can shoot around 15-20 people per hour). This would total up to $12,400, but instead of buying the packages individually, you can club them together so your cost will decrease by 20%, and you would pay $9,920.

What if I want more than 5 images from my Executive shoot?

Individual images usually sell for $1,500, but if you've booked an Executive package, you may purchase additional images for $800 each.

If you have several executives being shot, and you need more images for each of them, we can discuss this beforehand. I'm happy to accommodate you as best as I can.

My employees really like their images and want copies / prints.

We're happy to give your employees web-resolution copies of their photos (1024 pixels on the long side) for them to use on social media, free of cost. If they want the full resolution files, and / or a print, they would need to purchase the image(s) at a highly discounted price of $500. This includes the full resolution digital file and an A4 mounted print.

What is web-res and full-res? What exactly do I get when I 'buy an image'?

Web-res, or web resolution, is an image that is optimised for use on the internet. We define that as 1024 pixels on the long side.

Full-res, or full resolution, is the image at its highest resolution, after editing. We define this, as, at least 5000 pixels on the long side.

When you buy an image, you will receive the image as a digital file in full resolution, i.e. at least 5000 pixels in the long side, as well as an A4 size inkjet print, mounted on foam board.

Who owns the copyright to the images?

The creator of a work owns the copyright, so from the moment I press the shutter button, I own the copyright to every photograph I take.

When engaged to take photos, I grant my client an exclusive, non-transferrable, perpetual and non-commercial license to use the image(s). Exclusive means I will not grant usage rights to anyone else; non-transferable means the client cannot pass that license to anyone else; perpetual means the client can use the image(s) forever, and non-commercial means they can use the image to promote their product or service, but cannot actually sell the image or license it to a third party. At the same time, I retain those rights myself: so I have the rights to use the image(s) for self promotion, and I cannot sell the images to anyone else.