Summer is approaching and I’m getting geared up for some of the fun events I’ll be going to. Last weekend, I went to Whisker Walk but as a spectator. It was the first time I got to see all the great vendors and shelters. I decided not to set up this year because I’m trying other events. The first one is Pooch-a-palooza and then later in the fall, I’ll be at the NE Pet Expo. Much of my time has been setting up work for display and it’s going well. I’m also getting more calls for photography from people who want photos of their pets which is great. I’ve decided though to add a price list to my website which I first heard was a bad idea. The working model is to get people on the phone and then convince them of my value. I don’t think that will matter though. If someone is calling me and their first question is how much do I cost, then I’m not for them. It is also confusing for those who haven’t hired a photographer before. It’s not just one cost. There is the cost of the shoot then there is the cost of prints which can be all over the place. I don’t want anyone to think I’m tricking them to hire me to feel they are shelling out more money. I want people to hire me because my work is amazing and they want amazing photos in their house. Soon I’ll update my fee’s page to show my outline of prices. The really good thing is that my fee’s have gone down. Yes, down. I’ve tried to simplify the pricing and it will be a starting point. My hope is to work with you, the client, to get the work you want, sized the way you want, placed in your house just as you want. I’ll have that info updated soon and if you’re interested to find out those pricing details, they will be there. Then you, the client, can make an informed decision about what you want and what your budget is without the fear of sticker shock.