The Fun Love Photography experience begins with a Creative Fee (a ‘session fee’). Images (collections, art and digital files) are purchased separately.
For specific pricing for your custom photography experience, please contact me.
- from $300
This fee covers your photography experience. It includes your Welcome Package and pre-session consultation, a personalized online portal, your on-location custom photo session (usually about 1-2 hours), the production of your image proof slideshow (50-100 images) and Premiere Night in your very own home, including the presentation of your images and a unique one-on-one opportunity to design the photographic art that is perfect for you and your family. Be sure to read about what makes Fun Love’s experience truly exceptional.
- Collections from $950
- à la carte prints from $65
- à la carte wall art from $200-$300
- à la carte albums and portrait boxes from $440
- à la carte digital files from $100
I am proud to offer three complete and luxurious portrait collections, all of which offer opportunities to fill your home and your hearts with images of your loved ones. The collections have been designed to provide a range of options to meet a range of wants. Collections will be your best value to ensure you preserve your family memories and take away the art of your life.
While the majority find one of Fun Love's collections just perfect, I offer a variety of products à la carte as well. There is truly something for everyone - and if you want something bespoke just for you, we'll create it together.
See all the beautiful products available to Fun Love Photography's clients here.
Enhance your experience with professional wardrobe consultation, in-home hair and makeup styling and, for newborn sessions, mom-and-baby support with a certified post-partum doula. Learn more here.
special pricing and packages for multiple sessions available.
All prices are in Canadian dollars and are subject to HST.
Travel fees apply beyond the City of Toronto boundaries.
Please inquire about payment plan options.
'For children in particular, looking at photographs is part of the socialising process; learning who you are and where you fit into the family. By displaying photographs of our children at different stages of their lives, we are making a very public statement that we are proud of them.'
- Professor Geoff Beattie, Head of School and Dean of Psychological Sciences at the University of Manchester
'Displaying photos prominently in the home sends the message that our family and those in it are important to one another, and we honor the memories we have experienced.'
- Cathy Lander-Goldberg, Licensed Clinical Social Worker