Have some tired, old photos on your blog that you just want refreshed or want to take the food photography completely off your plate? Let me help! I’ve been taking magazine-quality photos for over 4 years (shot my cookbook Paleo Eats) and have worked with brands from Whole Foods to Oprah (Yes, the Big O).
What’s included in your package:
I will cook your recipe, style the recipe and shoot images of finished dish.
3 Color Edited Images (vertical or horizontal as you specify)
$15 in cooking supplies to make the recipe is included. Any additional supplies needed for dish will be billed to the client after shoot.
For one shoot: $145
- To style dish as part of a meal with sides, add $50
- To test each recipe and include detailed steps for cooking, add $50.
What is your turn around?
I’m currently two weeks out. In order to book a spot, please contact me to get my current schedule. Once you have paid and secured your spot, your images will be shot on the day you have booked and you will receive them within 84 hours. I typically turn things around quicker however since I’m a work at home mom, I like to build in time so no one is disappointed.
Can I book more than one?
Yes, most of my clients book 5+ at a time. The benefit to this is that I will shoot your images back to back.
How will you know what I like?
First please look at my portfolio. My style is clean and bright. If you want a messy dark deconstructed dish, I might not be your best choice for a food photographer. Having said that, after you book I will send you a questionnaire to get a feel for your likes and dislikes.
Will I own the copyright?
I will retain copyright. You will have an exclusive lifetime license to work with the following restrictions. Photos will be used in my portfolio and on my social media (your name will be anonymous and referred to as client). If the photos are used in print, credit is required. A licensing fee is to required if you resell the image in a stand alone form to any entity. For full rights, please email me for a quote.