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Hey! Guess what?
I’m doing a headshot sale!
You can see all my work at nyphotony.com and click my IG for more or to DM:
I guarantee a quick turnaround time for photos. All images always delivered within a day of shooting.
$320 ($280 Sale) for individual lifestyle headshots on location of your choosing. The package includes up to 3 outfit changes, an hour of coverage, all images delivered within 24 hours
Edits of 15 photos within 48 hours.
Package rate available for two or more people or full office.
Headshots at my home studio in Flushing, Queens
$250 ($220 Sale) for 2 outfit changes, over 50 shots, and 10 retouched images. All images are delivered same-day via dropbox (yours to keep) and edits within two days of your choosing.
Available as well:
Exec Package: $175 ($150 sale!) for 1 outfit 30 shots and 3 edits (My most popular package!)
All packages require a 50% deposit via venmo, PayPal, or credit card ahead of time and 50% balance due at shoot via cash, charge, venmo, or PayPal.
Look and feel your best. I actually care about your photoshoot.
Email for rates. Available for one person on location/in studio and group rate available for 3 or more people.
All unedited images delivered on the spot.
These photos would be centric to your brand and stylized to fit your needs.
I offer lifestyle photos for products and apparel as well
Hair and makeup available.
Inquire about rates for your particular project. I offer a variety of product shooting styles including Amazon ready, lifestyle with model, and prop-styled.
You can ship your items to me or I can come to your location. I also offer product videos/lifestyle product videos plus full production including scripting, casting, shooting, editing.
I offer packages including:
Shots on white
Shots on white with styled lifestyle images
Shots on white with lifestyle shots with model
Shots on white, lifestyle shots with model, and video.
Packages start at $350
I do fitness videos as well.
$175/h – $300/h + depending on date, location (Deposit required)
Corporate Rate available as well
Live Performance Photos/Video
Price negotiable. Please inquire.
Engagement Photos/City Hall Wedding
$400 dependent on date, location, and hours needed (Deposit required)
Lots of coverage.
Lots of retouches.
CD or DVD mailed within 2 days via USPS priority or all photos delivered via Dropbox within 24 hours.
Small weddings under 75 people would be $175/h
Half day and full day rate available as well.
DVD mailed within a week.
Retouches Emailed or Sent within 2 weeks. (Will discuss how many would be retouched)
I look forward to working with you on your project.
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Better late than never. That’s how I feel about this blog post. It’s January 8th, 2020. Usually, I write these “start of year ” things a little sooner but hey, better late than never. The word “never” has such crushing finality to it, don’t you think? The connotation puts a finite bookend on whatever statement you’re making or some perceived rigidity in your life. On the other hand, it could also mean sticking to your guns. Never is a strong word. But In terms of goals or work, the word NEVER shouldn’t apply. It shouldn’t be taken as an ill omen, point of contention, or a finite bookend. The word “never “shouldn’t be spoken aloud to deride one’s progress or self-worth. Us freelancers ofttimes work doubly or triply (quadruply? just drooply?) hard to establish ourselves as a commodity, have financial stability (Mental stability too!) and reap what we sow. Freelancers cannot be lazy. We all have to strive toward seemingly impossible goals then move onto the next one. It took me years to establish a sustainable photography business. There are of course many ups and downs and truly when you’re a freelancer the term “feast or famine” most certainly applies. We go from the highest of highs to sometimes the lowest of lows but we chose this for ourself and I don’t know if I could live any other way. The thought of sitting in an office and being a drone for someone else drives me absolutely batty. That is something I may NEVER do again.
This is a big year for me. It marks seven years being a full-time freelancer. I’m closer to the ten-year mark than I ever thought I would be. When I first started I gave myself two years. If I didn’t find a modicum of success I would have gotten a job with Con-ed and let the overtime kill me and may have willingly stagnated my creativity. I’m glad this has worked out so far. I can also be very stubborn and a bit delusional and that helps with being a freelancer. Staying fresh also helps. I’m a big fan of removing old work and replacing those photos with new and better work. It shows a nice progression from where you started to where you are now. As a freelancer, we have to be better, right? Instead of just dreaming about the things we want we need to put the work in and go out there to get them. We have the power because we aren’t shackled to a desk most of the day. The downside is that because as freelancers we make our own schedule and sometimes have a little too much fun or downtime when we really should be concentrating on something else. Freelancers love the smell of their own farts. It’s true. I’m guilty. You’re guilty. It comes with the territory. We perpetually want to be the most interesting person in the world. We’re not. We’re just doing our own thing and it works for us. The reality is that freelancers struggle as much as everyone else. We’re all in this together. That being said there is no stopping you from achieving what you want. Most barriers are constructs we place ahead of ourselves that we think we’ll NEVER get over. It’s a matter of perception. Change your own mind to suit your needs. In many cases, we end up being slaves to our minds for bad or worse. Don’t let the cold clammy claws of anxiety or depression keep you from your goals. Don’t let them put the NEVER in your mind. Rise above it. You’re who you are and doing what you’re doing for a reason. Instead of a negative; turn that NEVER into a positive. I’m NEVER gonna stop. I’m NEVER giving up. I will NEVER yield. Throw what you want at me because I will NEVER stop moving forward. Is that all you got? Because it will NEVER be enough. The ground will crack and tremble with every step I take because I will NEVER be able to stop reaching for my goals and when I get there I will NEVER look back and think of the bad days; only the days that gave me the motivation to surpass my wildest dreams.