Family Portraits

Portrait photography covers so many different options.  I specialize in family, couples, business head shots, and other portrait areas.  Connect with Pierce Brunson Photography to get the right package for your memory session.

Package A – C include a 2 minute slideshow of the final images. Copyright free music will be used in slideshow. See our latest videos here.

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Package A:

  • Up to three proximity location
  • Four photo spots
  • Three wardrobe
  • 5 poses
  • 50 image results  (color and black & white).
  • Unlimited access, sharing, and downloading of high resolution image files.
  • $475

Package B:

  • Two proximity location
  • Three photo spots
  • Two wardrobe
  • 5 poses
  • 30 image results.  (color and black & white).
  • Unlimited access, sharing, and downloading of high resolution image files.
  • $375

Package C:

  • One location
  • Two photo spots
  • One wardrobe
  • 3 poses
  • Up to 16 final image results (color and black & white).
  • Unlimited access, sharing, and downloading of high resolution image files.
  • $275
  • Great for family shoots.

Hourly Rate: $175 Includes unlimited captured and final images and minimal editing; no heavy post processing, just color correction.  On camera flash or natural/ available light are used. For groups of 5 and under. Larger groups please call for price.

In Studio Headshot/ Portrait:

  • Great for business, authors, realtors, and those that need a simple portrait for publication.
  • 30 minute session.
  • Images ready in 45 minutes (you pick 5 favorites).
  • white, black, or grey cloud backdrop.
  • $135
    • Add $55 for additional backdrop
    • Add $75 for full length (white/ high key backdrop only).

Studio Address:

James B. Sanderlin Neighborhood Family Center
2335 22nd Avenue South
Suite 1
St. Petersburg, FL 33712

Pose Definition: Poses are defined as one stance, backdrop, original person, or the like. Once any of these variances change (like adding another person to the shot) it is considered another pose. Multiple shots will be taken of each pose. A general rule is that a wide shot and a close-up (portrait) will be captured of each pose, if applicable.

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