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May 07, 2009 12:11 |  #1

I have been researching it seems like for months on package pricing for Senior Pictures. They all vary so much! Grrrr. Can I please get some tips on the best way to come up with some resonable package pricing. The sooner I get these tips the better. I just did my first Senior session and don't really know what to charge. Thanks so much.


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May 07, 2009 12:15 |  #2

You might have better luck asking over in the 'Business of Photography' sub

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May 07, 2009 15:32 |  #3

britt777 wrote in post #7876304 (external link)
I have been researching it seems like for months on package pricing for Senior Pictures. They all vary so much! Grrrr. Can I please get some tips on the best way to come up with some resonable package pricing. The sooner I get these tips the better. I just did my first Senior session and don't really know what to charge. Thanks so much.

Hi Britt, When you say you have been researching.... Do you mean you have answered some of the following: Do you know what your cost of goods (COG) is? Do you know what your overhead is? Do you have a business plan?

or have you simply been seeing what other photographers charge?


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