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"What does it cost?"
"How can I pay for my session?"
"What can I expect to receive from the session?"
"What kind of camera do you use?"
"Can you do digital scans from film?"
"Do you do digital sessions?"
"How long does a photo session take?"
"Do you give me the right to the photos?"
"Can I sell the pictures you shoot?"
"Can you supply models for commercial shoots?"
"How can I contact you?"
"Where are you located?"

 

"What does it cost?"
Cost depends on the type of session being conducted and the extent of work
Donnie Savage can be retained for several types of work including commercial
photography, modeling portfolios, several types pf portraiture, and a wide range of other services. If hired to do your project, the images are never used unless that is part of the pricing agreement.
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"How can I pay for my session?"
You can pay with cash or personal check. If you desire to use a credit card, you may make your payment via Mastercard or Visa through Paypal. It is a free and secure service.
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"What can I expect to receive from the session?"
All packages can be adjusted to fit your needs. The normal offer is as follows:
Film Shoot:
  A full set of proofs (4x6 prints)
Digital Shoot:
  CD with full set of images (without retouching)
  Reprints and enlargements at a reduced cost
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"What kind of camera do you use?"
A Mamiya 645AF medium format camera. Upon request 35mm is available.
  Medium format cameras provide higher quality enlargements than 35mm film.
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"Can you do digital scans from film?"
Yes, although this service is not normally offered. Your specific requirements would need to be determined. Digital scans are also available through the professional lab used by dSavage Photography.
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"Do you do digital sessions?"
Yes. Donnie Savage uses a Canon EOS-1 Ds Mark II (16.7 MP) professional camera. It produces high quality digital images suitable for up to 16 x 24 inch enlargements, which are indistinguishable from those produced by film. It also has sufficient resolution to create full double page spreads. (300 DPI)
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Digital packages include an hourly fee for the sitting , there is an additional cost to have images you select printed.
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"How long does a photo session take?"
Most studio shoots last about two hours, but can go longer. Outdoor shoots can take much longer since there may be travel time involved, however it depends on the location, type of shoot, and what type of images your are looking to accomplish.
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"Do you give me the right to the photos?"
This depends on the situation. Generally, dSavage Photography will not transfer the copyright of the images to you. A release granting you permission to use and/or copy the images for personal use and personal promotion can be provided to you.
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"Can I sell the pictures you shoot?"
Yes. If you contract dSavage Photography for the purpose of selling the photos this will be stipulated in the agreement along with the compensated rate. (Either as a small percentage of sales, or as a flat rate)

If you wish to contract dSavage Photography for "adult sites" this will be considered based on the material. (All desired photos must be within the personal
limitations of Donnie Savage [photographer], Hardcore imagery will NOT be considered.)
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"Can you supply models for commercial shoots?"
Yes, or you may provide your own.
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"Do you do weddings?"
Booking for wedding photography will be taken into consideration on a case
by case basis.  If you would like to book dSavage Photography for your
wedding please contact Donnie Savage for a consultation.
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"How can I contact you?"
All the information can be found on the contact page.
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"Where are you located?"
Raleigh, North Carolina.
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If you have any other questions please feel free to contact Donnie Savage directly.

 

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