Introducing our affordable studio portrait photography mini sessions for kids and children from 2 to 12 years old! Introductory rate $150.00 plus tax(reg. $200). Our in studio mini sessions are available for birthday portraits( or beautiful child portrait), dance, Halloween, Christmas & Easter! More special themes will be added. We have hundreds of artistic specialty portrait backgrounds available for our mini session themes.
Whether you\\\’re celebrating your kid\\\’s birthday, or just want a real portrait that doesn\\\’t have that common snapshot look in the park, Innovative Images Photography by Robert Berger can create a portrait that is timeless and fun!
We\\\’ve had many requests for an economically priced child portrait session, that caters to social media and email. Our mini sessions offer unique portraits that very few offer!
Our Mini sessions have certain restrictions:
Session fee is paid at time of scheduling your session.
Mini sessions last 10 minutes. You then can select your favorite image.
One 1200×1800 px digital portrait is included with the session fee.
One child or individual is photographed in the mini session
Additional digital images can be purchased at time of your session only.
Your portrait image is great for 4×6 inch prints, announcements, Facebook and email.
Printed portraits may be purchased additionally from your session.
I hope you find my blog article interesting and informative. I look forward to hearing from you to discuss the style of portraiture that will work best for you and your market! Call Robert Berger 281.531.5269.
Robert Berger is an award winning photographer- portrait artist \\\”Craftsmanship combined with artistic professional photography produce outstanding portraiture that is always admired and appreciated.\\\” He has the most Google reviews in the Houston area for professional photography as well as a five star rating. Copyright 2019 Portraits of Character and Innovative Images Photography by Robert Berger– Copying or redistribution of this page is not permitted without written consent by Robert Berger.