Frequenty Asked Questions
What do you charge for professional event photography?
Our regular rate is $150 per hour, with a two consecutive hour minimum. Included is delivery of a folder of all the edited and enhanced images delivered online within 2-3 business days (regular delivery), and the rights to publish, replicate and duplicate your images.
My conference involves many hours of coverage, can I get a better rate?
Yes absolutely! We do have pricing flexibility for jobs which include a significant number of hours, just contact us for a no obligation quote, (702) 253-6868.
Can I get faster delivery of the images?
Yes, you can! We can edit and enhance the images onsite and hand them to you on a USB drive or online. We also have a 24 hour RUSH delivery option.
What about uploading, emailing, web galleries, social media etc.?
We can do whatever you need, just contact us with some details of what you need and we will promptly provide you with a no obligation quote; email@example.com
I received a quote which is significantly lower than yours, why is this?
We are real corporation, with an office and employees, a 20 year history in Las Vegas, lots of resources, fully licensed and insured, including workers comp. The images and videos on our website are ours and we have a wonderful reputation both for the quality of our work and our customer service. In fact just recently we were awarded a “Customer Service Excellence Award” from the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority!
Anybody with access to a camera can throw up a website and call themselves pros and if they don’t have annoying overheads like extra equipment or insurance, or reliable transportation! yes they can charge much less than us! But please, even If you don’t use us for whatever reason, please use a real professional company or you will probably regret it!
What about videography services? Do you have a minimum?
We have a four consecutive hour minimum charge, which needs to include equipment set-up and breakdown time. Many shoots, for highlight videos with DSLR cameras for example, do not require much set-up time, however, the more logistical issues we have to deal with; multiple camera placements, audio, lighting and cabling the longer set-up time will be required.