Your work looks great, what will it cost? 

A typical architectural photographer charges between $1,000 and $3,000 per day, with most falling somewhere just north of the middle. That price includes the creative fee (the actual photography), the cost of an assistant (generally $200 to $250) and what’s generally known as a processing fee to manipulate each photo individually, adjusting the lighting and color, removing distractions like motion detectors or stray electrical cords, and often piecing together the best attributes of several images to create one perfect composition. The cost for this processing may be calculated per photo or per shoot, but generally adds anywhere from $40 to $90 per image to the cost of the shoot.

We price our work based on the type and scope of your project.  Each job is special and will have different requirements.  The above information is only general pricing for architectural photography.   So if you like what you see Contact Us to quote on your next project.

Thank you,

Bob Hallam

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