Frequently asked questions “FAQ”
We’re happy to answer all of your photography questions, and then some!
Here’s the FAQ or Frequently Asked Questions for Photo Fusion Studio.
Pricing & Quotes
Based on the cost of eggs or gas at the moment, just kidding! Each photo shoot we perform is unique. Our pricing is based on a number of factors, including:
Length of the shoot
- The length of the session
- How many photographers will be required
- Whether we are in-studio or on-location
- The amount of editing that will be involved post-production
- License or usage requests
- What types of the final product you will need (i.e. digital, print, etc.)
We provide complimentary and fast quotes, just contact us using the form on this page.
Yes, we are willing to travel, depending on the session it may incur travel fees though.
Most projects we work on are within 40 miles of downtown Phoenix, but we have traveled to different cities, states, and countries on many occasions to work on client projects.
Of course, we provide pricing on digital images individually, in packages, and with green eggs and ham.
Generally no, much like going to a restaurant you wouldn’t ask for a raw chicken or uncooked pasta. Our studio provides professional photography services which include providing the best possible final image quality.
But we have provided this for certain clients and situations for an additional fee.
Usually, this is misunderstood by clients and we blame “What to ask your photographer” guides from Pinterest and other sites for sharing false information #kiddingnotkidding. You don’t need to purchase copyright for your family photos, headshots, pictures of your bakery, etc.
When you purchase images from your headshot, family, maternity, or other portrait session we include a Print Release and Personal Usage Rights.
If you hire us for an event, commercial, or industrial photography job, we include a Print Release and Commercial Usage Rights.
Our Copyright Policy can be found here. In short, US Federal Copyright Law states that we automatically own an image we take, this mainly refers to who can sell the image but there’s also more to it. There are rare instances where clients need to purchase the full copyright of our images and yes that is available, for a substantial cost.
Really, we just wanted to see who reads this but the real answer is:
700 pounds, woah!
This is according to Researchers at Cornell determined that a woodchuck could chuck about 700 pounds: (bit.ly/cornell-woodchucks). Sep 25, 2019