EBONY LAMB PHOTOGRAPHER
Ebony Lamb is a trained photographer, specialising in portraiture with diverse professional experience. Ebony resides in Wellington New Zealand with her small family, who adore art, nature and things made with consideration.
Ebony's work has been published in-print and online via client outcomes such as: Mojo Magazine, The Guardian, Sydney Morning Herald, New Zealand Herald, The Spinoff, Dompost, The Big Idea, The Arts Foundation, Victoria University Press, Unity Books, Otago Daily Times, Wellington Museums + more.
If you have a project in mind, no matter what size please be in contact. Available for travel world-wide.
PRICING GUIDE 2019
SOLO/PAIR PORTRAITS Start at $400
WHANAU PORTRAITS Start at $550
PROJECT WORK $400 Half day shooting (4 Hours min), $600 Full day shooting (size dependant)
WEDDINGS Start at $2000 (Size/scope dependant) Includes a pre-shoot
SPECIAL EDITION COVER WORK Ranges between $400 - $1000 and is subject to negotiation through pre-consultation
No travel cost for Wellington or Hutt Valley. All costs are agreed upon in advance of any work being carried out, so you have a clear picture of your investment before commencing.
Please note that shooting time is the only part you pay for, I then process and edit for a minimum 2-3 times this length and consult with my clients for optimum results before and after, as careful processing creates a lifetime of loving your images.
WHAT YOU RECEIVE:
You are supplied with a private online gallery (downloadable) or USB to keep forever upon final sign-off.
Files are supplied in web and print resolution.
Every shoot is customised, with thorough pre-consultation.
Ebony is a highly experienced and trained portrait photographer who loves shooting people who hate being photographed.
You own your files. Professional quality lab recommendations available for printing both large and small formats.
Picture framing recommendations for your region.
All enquiries welcomed big or small, budgeting options available, please be in touch - I would love to talk over your next project.