Digital Images from your Family Portrait Session
For 2023 Shooters now includes image downloads with our regular sitting fees. Older shoots have the option of purchasing digital images with a variety of choices listed below.
Whether you choose to buy copies of your files or not, Shooters will attempt to make the finest quality prints and other products available to you for up to 5 years from your sitting date.
Low Resolution - Full Session - $200
High Resolution - Full Session - $500
Ultimate Disc - Full Session - $750
Low Resolution - Single Image - $10
High Resolution - Single Image - $50
Additional USB drive - $25 ea.
Low Resolution Images- All images that were posted online from your session, cropped, edited for brightness and color suitable for web use, digital frames, and printing wallets or 4x6 prints. Not enhanced or manipulated, these are lower resolution versions of the files used for our standard prints. Only $200.
High Resolution Images- These files receive the same basic edits that our standard prints feature AND have the additional resolution necessary for you to make prints up to 11x14 through your local lab or online print service. Buying a high-res disc means that you and your family can archive and share the memories you make today for generations to come. Only $500 including a full non-commercial copyright release.
The Ultimate Images- These files receive the same basic edits that our standard prints feature AND are the full resolution from our professional cameras. These are the same files we've used to make 40" prints. This is the go-to option for archives, photo albums, and any printing you'd want to do from holiday cards, scrap books, on up to the giant print over the fireplace. Includes all of the pictures from your gallery for $750.
A few words about image quality - The files you download or receive on a USB drive will be edited to industry standards for general purposes using calibrated workstations by our professional digital artists. Out there in the real world however, monitors and printers can differ greatly, so, as they say, "your mileage may vary" and we cannot be responsible for the quality of reproductions from your disc. Given the same file, different labs can produce significantly different prints. So it wouldn't be fair to expect the poor kid at Costco to give you the same quality you saw in our demo prints.