Cost Of Newborn Photography

Apr 29, 2021

Newborn Photography; How much does it cost?

The Price is what you pay.

The Value is what you get.

The Cost is realized when you don’t do it.

Most of my Newborn portrait clients have concerns about money and how much they’ll pay for portraits of their baby.  These concerns are very real, especially for First Time parents.  So much is unknown about how much they’ll be paying for everything. (Love those baby showers!)

So when I get asked “How much is Newborn photography?” I can’t help but to be empathetic.

Session fees, for my studio are pretty static at $175.  I think that’s fair and relatively standard.  However, what I’m seeing is not so many photographers back up their work with a 100% Guarantee!  I’ve offered this since I’ve been in business.  I believe in my work and if I fall short; if I don’t do the job that you expect, if I don’t live up to your expectations, then you don’t pay a dime!  Period.

You shouldn’t expect to pay for something that does not have value.  I love the quote above.  And I believe in it.  When I create portraits for you, you’ll LOVE your portraits or I haven’t done my job.  And when you love your portraits, you’ll smile every time you see them.  You’ll never regret having them created.

Your baby’s only tiny for a short time.  Don’t miss the chance to start telling their story.

About Stuart Hasson Studios

I want to scream this from the Mountain Tops: PORTRAITS ARE IMPORTANT!
As I get older, this feeling reveals itself so often.  We say it WAY too often; “I wish I had just one more, better, current, great (whatever) picture of my Dad, sister, best friend or child… and now I’ll never have it.”  It doesn’t have to be that heavy,  but the feeling is the same.  Portraits are Important.

This image reminds me of when I could jump off the porch and still walk 🙂
We were in Falmouth, ME with a client family creating wonderful images with my retired Hasselblad (film) camera.  I’m back there now (in my mind) and I can smell the warm sea breeze, hear the kids laughing and the parents putting up with my dumb jokes.  I was on top of the world.

This picture is about 30 years old but it brings me back every time I look at it.  THAT’s why I’m a photographer: To help people REMEMBER all of the good things in their Life!

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