This is perfect for high school seniors, engagement photos or the annual family photo (for up to two people; $25 per person each additional). This package is designed to fit a list of needs by various people. No fake backgrounds – you choose your favorite spot or location. The only obstacle is your imagination.
• One hour of shooting time (no charge for time spent changing wardrobe)
• One location (within reasonable driving distance)
• Up to four wardrobe changes (unlimited props)
• Free online preview gallery (password protected)
• Four final retouched images delivered online
• Free print gallery of final retouched photos
• Free web resolution copies of final retouched images for online posting
• Save-the-date and engagement announcements – Please ask for a quote.
• CD/thumb drive of raw image outtakes, unedited - $50
• Graphic on photo (graduating year, family name, date, etc.) - $2 per photo
• Extra 30 minutes of shooting time - $100
• Don’t see what you’re looking for? Just ask.
Price: $125/hour, four-hour minimum = $500
• Couple’s choice of four hours
• 25 edited photos
• CD or digital delivery of all raw, unedited images
• Password-protected, online photo gallery
• Ability to order prints from online gallery
• 25 additional edited photos - $100
• Graphic on photo (wedding date, location information, etc.) - $2 per photo
• Don’t see what you’re looking for? Just ask.
When planning your wedding photography, it is important to factor in the number of traditional wedding events you want to have during the reception, the size of the bride and groom’s families and if you want the bride and groom formal photos at the same location as the ceremony or reception or if you’d like to take them elsewhere. Don’t forget to take account for any driving or walking time as well as at least 15 to 20 minutes after the ceremony to make sure all the family is wrangled and ready to smile for your photos.
Below is a guide of basic wedding events and traditionally how long each event typically takes.
• Bride/groom preparation: 1-2 hours
• Ceremony: 30 minutes
• Formal photos with family: 30-60 minutes (depending on size of the family)
• Formal photos with the bride and groom: 30-45 minutes
• Depending on the schedule of events, the traditional reception events can take between 2 to 4 hours. Added events such as a money dance, any special presentation or extra-long toasts can make the event portion of the reception last longer. Traditional reception events: first dance, father/daughter dance, mother/son dance, toasts, bouquet toss, garter toss and cake cutting.
This includes no cosmetic editing.
Price: $100 per hour
Includes: CD/file of all images.
Business/Corporate Head Shots
Price: $200 per person
Includes: A 15- to 20-minute session and two edited and retouched photos
If you would only like one photo, subtract $50 from the above price.
• Additional photos: $25 each; edited and retouched, $50 each
• Travel fee (we come to you): $50
• Ask for group prices for multiple head shots taken in one office.
From dancers to retirement parties, bar/bat mitzvahs to outdoor events, your imagination is your only limitation. That box some people like to think in? You won't find that here. No matter how wacky, serious or nutty you think your idea is, it likely won't be the craziest ever heard. And if it is, you'll get a prize.
So, be creative. It's OK.It won't hurt.
But if you want something more traditional, that is OK, too.
About the Photographer
Tiffannie has been photographing Las Vegas weddings since the summer of 2008. She believes her camera gives her the super hero power to freeze time and the ability to capture silly and serious moments many clients don't realize existed until they receive their photos.
This super hero power likely derives from her background in journalism - think of her as part Jimmy Olson, part Clark Kent - which allows her to convey the ambiance of an event through the faces of those in her photos.
She is a proud second-generation, native Las Vegan and a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications Studies, with an emphasis in print journalism and her work has appeared in numerous publications including the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Nevada's largest newspaper, along with various other local publications. She is the co-author of Sinning in the City: A Girls Guide to Vegas , which is not only a Vegas guidebook for women, but also a love letter to her hometown and an endless source of good memories.
She is a 2011 inductee into the Women's Chamber of Commerce of Nevada Women's Hall of Fame and a 2011 Athena International Young Professional Leadership Nominee. In 2014, she was a finalist in the Arts, Entertainment and Media category at the Women of Distinction Awards, sponsored by the National Association of Women Business Owners Southern Nevada.
In her spare time she serves as the director of the Star Catchers Dance Program at Winchester Cultural Center, enjoys traveling and using her super hero powers for good - basically photographing anything cute and/or fuzzy.