If you're reading this post you're probably curious as to why my prices are so low.
Am I a beginner at weddings? Do I not have good gear? Do I just not understand how business works?
That is not the case at all. I'll be very honest here because I believe being transparent is a great thing when it comes to working with clients. I've been doing weddings for the last 7 years most as a primary shooter and some times as a secondary shooter. I really enjoy capturing weddings and the skill involved in doing it well. And, of course, I like to constantly be learning.
But for the whole time I've had a full time job and I did weddings and portraits on the weekends. A "weekend warrior" I think is the term used there. Many photographers do that for years until they are ready to jump into photography full time.
At this point in my career I'm not sure if I want to do photography full time as it will be very demanding and possibly become "work" where right now I take on as many weddings and portrait sessions as I want without over-doing it.
And that is why my prices are so low.
I don't have much overhead and I also believe good wedding/portrait photography should be within reach for all budgets. Eventually perhaps my prices will go up if my costs increase or if I do change my mind and decide to go full time, but for now I'm content with where they are.
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