Investment Information

At this point I hope you’ve gotten familiar with my portfolio, what an experience with LWP is like, and now you’re ready to review the investment pricing.

There is a session fee due at the time of booking your appointment. For a traditional portrait session (which would include family, seniors, or maternity/newborn), that fee is $175 for up to 5 people. Additional people are $20 each. The session fee includes up to 2 hours of shooting, editing your photos, and the super fun Image Reveal!

The session fee does not include prints or products. I have carefully crafted product collections to give you the best possible pricing and value. For detailed product pricing, please view my client guide!

Portrait Session $175
-includes pre-shoot consultation via phone, email, or in person
-unlimited wardrobe changes (as many as time allows)
30-40 fully edited proofs

Stunning Heirloom Quality Products

Image Boxes – A modern alternative to albums, image boxes hold mounted prints or matted prints that can be displayed or kept within the box as you choose. Available in linen or wood.

Albums – Heirloom quality albums with gorgeous, thick pages. These are available in a variety of leather or linen finishes.

Canvas Gallery Wraps – Professionally constructed, gorgeously printed canvas. Available in multiple sizes.

Wood Prints – Fine art photographic paper mounted directly to wood with hand sanded corners.
These preserve the true color and clarity of the original image and offer a beautiful hand-made artisan look.

Fine Art Prints – Printed on the finest photographic paper, these are meant to last. Each print is archival quality and perfect for displaying around your home.

“Laura is truly a ‘light whisperer!’ She had such creative ideas for photos, but I appreciated that she stepped back and let us be ourselves. The sunlight and colors she was able to capture in our photos makes them works of art. We’ll treasure these forever!”

-Emily G.

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Located in Westfield and serving all families and couples in central Indiana

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