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Photography Pricing Guide – How much do Photographers make in 2021

November 27, 2021
Rates Based on Level of Experience
Experience is a significant factor in deciding how much does a photographer makes. Photography prices are typically based on the level of knowledge and experience, as indicated below.

Amateurs and Hobbyists – Amateurs and hobbyists commonly charge $25-$75 an hour for images normally used on blogs, small websites, or for local advertising. The fee is generally under $100. However, they may not follow standard photography practices and have other lines of work.

Student Photographers – Students typically have more experience than amateurs and hobbyists in that they’ve received some form of training. Their typical hourly rate is $50 – $100 per hour. Prices of student photographers can vary based several factors – the school that they are studying in, the stage of their education, whether they have worked with and assisted other professional photographers, and, last but not least, their photography portfolio. Students with brilliant student photography portfolios can command the same rates as professional photographers.

Entry-Level Photographers – The entry-level or semi-professional photographers charge $50-$150 per hour or $25-$125 per image. They’re not as committed and often have other lines of work that they rely on.

Professional Photographers with experience – Professional, experienced photographers usually charge $75 – $250 per hour or per image. They rely solely on their photography work to make a living and typically have invested a lot in their equipment, and have more experience in both the pre-production and post-production stages of photography.

Top Professional Photographers – Top professional photographers, known as high-end photographers, charge $250 – $500 per hour or $200 -$1200 per image. This elite group of photographers command top dollar for their work and can even be paid up to $10,000 per day depending on their area of specialty. They cover areas such as sports, fashion, entertainment, film, documentaries for TV, movies, billboards or magazines.

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