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May 13, 2010 20:06 |  #1

Just reaching out to you fellow POTNers that are taking senior pictures and prom pictures. I was wondering what everyone is charging for prints?

8x10??
5x7??
4x6??
wallet (and how many for that price)??
or do you only do packages??

Just trying to get an idea where I am standing in relation to others.
And yes I know that pricing depends on location and client base and experience and ... Just curious and wondering.
Thanks in advance-


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JMitchell
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May 18, 2010 15:07 |  #2

Check out my website:
www.jessicamitchellpho​tography.com (external link) and look under Information/Pricing.

I am by no means a top-notch Professional. However, I do pride myself in my work don't feel the need to increase my prices at this time.
You are right though. Price does GREATLY depend on location and surrounding talent. :)


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May 18, 2010 18:42 |  #3

$5 for 4x6, $10 for 5x7
I print on site, ready in 30sec
Printer can't do anything larger than 5x7


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