Headshot Pricing Guide

One Look

Natural Light on location or Studio Session.... Includes 1 final retouched image.

$150

Two Looks

Natural light on location or Studio session. Includes 2 final retouched images.

$250

Three Looks

Natural Light on location or Studio Session.... Includes 3 final retouched images

$350

Additional Looks and Images

Each additional look after three is discounted to $75 per look including an additional final high-resolution retouched image.

Clients are welcome to purchase additional high resolution retouched images from their shoot for $25 per image. Some discounts are available if client wishes to purchase more than four extra retouched images; contact for more information.

Please let me know if you are currently studying at Mornell Studios. Discounts are available for Mornellians!


FAQ

Where will the session take place?

Depending on the type and number of looks you are going for, for natural light shoots I commonly shoot in Marietta or Inman Park area of Georgia. Location will be determined after we have discussed your looks.
For studio sessions, most likely they will be in Smyrna, GA.

Can I combine a Studio and Natural Light session?

Absolutely! However, because the natural light session is on location and some of the lighting equipment is used in both studio and natural light shoots, extra fees will need to be added to accommodate for travel time and set-up. Depending on the location of the natural light part of the session, you can expect an additional $50 - $100.

In most cases the studio part of the session will need to follow the natural light portion so that we are getting optimal lighting conditions when we are on location.

When will I get my photos?

A weblink to your proofs will be sent 2-3 days following the shoot. After you have communicated to me which photos you have selected from the set of proofs, it will be up to 14 days to receive the final images.

Should I hire a make-up artist?

I love having a makeup artist on set for a shoot and I think it takes some pressure off of the actor so that they can focus on the work. However, I do like to stress that for headshots, you should look as much like yourself as possible. Make sure you let your makeup artist know to keep the looks as natural as possible and stick to things that you can and would replicate for an in-person audition.

If there is a MUA you prefer to work with, great! I also have a list of talented MUAs that I've worked with before and will be happy to share their information with you.