Weddings – Pricelist
Hey there, I am Konstantin.
Your photographer to be.
First of all:
I am not a wedding photographer:
I won’t pose you awkwardly. I won’t tell you to say “cheese”.
I won’t disturb your wedding day. And I won’t flash in your face
– until it is necessary (and sometimes it is 😉 )
I will observe your celebration and document it as I see it.
I will make pictures that you will adore and want to hang on your walls. I will create art that will be the foundation of your photographic legacy.
I’ll do that for you. And for your grandchildren.
So this is how it works:
You choose the collection respectively the coverage time that fits your needs. You can add albums and fine art prints to that.
Each collection includes:
all the digital files ready to print (10×15, 300 dpi)
a diashow to share with your family and friends
an online gallery (to share with your guests and order fine art prints)
a free engagementshooting
twelve / 2.950,-
twelve hours of coverage
ten / 2.750,-
ten hours of coverage
eight / 2.450,-
eight hours of coverage
six / 1.950,-
six hours of coverage
fine art albums
My albums are made by floricolor in Portugal. They make fine art albums that look amazing. And last for generations. So you can enjoy your pictures some day with your grandchildren.
2 x small
1x large 2x small
The album prices include the first 40 pictures. You can add up to 60 images for €10,- each.
fine art prints
All the prints I do are made with canon pigment ink on canson baryta fine art paper. If you would like your prints on another paper just tell me.
20×30 – 140,-
30×40 – 240,-
25 10×15 prints – 480,-
50 10×15 prints – 750,-
For your wedding in Vienna or Lower Austria I don’t charge you my travel costs:
If your wedding is far far away (in Tyrolia or Carloforte, for example) I will give you a quote what I will charge – but be assured I will be reasonable.
For all albums and prints you add to your collection before your wedding you get a 30% discount.
All my prices are in € and include 20% sales tax.
So here are some more pictures I took – be sure to watch it in HD!