MINI SHOOT FROM JUST £65
Last autumn, I teamed up with a wonderful group of children to test an idea that could shake-up the popular ‘mini shoot’ concept.
If you haven’t heard of a mini shoot before then let me explain. It’s basically a ‘mini’ photo shoot where the photographer is shooting a new family roughly every 20 minutes, so it’s literally “smile, snap, next family please.” Whilst it works for lots of photographers, I don’t think it gives children the chance to relax and enjoy the experience.
WELCOME TO THE NEW-STYLE OF MINI SHOOT!
Now I’m offering my clients the chance to join together with friends or family to share a two hour photo shoot. It could be a playdate with school pals, a get together with NCT friends, or a catch-up with extended family. The more families involved, the cheaper your mini shoot becomes, but the children still get to enjoy lots of fun!
Whatever the group dynamic is, I’ll capture a range of natural shots of all the children having fun. Then as they warm up in front of the camera we can breakout for group portraits of each family!
After the shoot, all the images from your mini shoots will appear in a secure online gallery for everyone to view. You’ll even be able to ‘like’ your favourite images and write comments for each other to see!
Plus, each family gets three high resolution digital files and matching 7″ x 5″ prints as part of the mini shoot. There’s also a chance to buy additional prints or digital files.
I’ve currently based the mini shoot on up to four families, but I can easily accommodate more families so don’t be afraid to ask!
WHAT’S THE COST?
- 4 families = £65 per family
- 3 families = £95 per family
- 2 families = £145 per family
- 2 hour shoot
- Clothing advice before the session
- A mixture of group and individual photos
- Secure online gallery to view all the images from the shoot
- 3 high resolution digital images and matching 7×5 prints per family
- Additional prints and digital images can be purchased separately
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