Portrait Photography

Hamilton Island Photography offers professional and affordable portrait sessions for Couples, Families and Groups.


Imagine spectacular views, palm tree lined beaches and pristine aqua waters.
Take holiday memories home to share with your friends and family.

 

Couples Photography Package:

Duration: Up to 30 minutes in one location
Price: $395 for a minimum of 20 high resolution digital images.

 

Couples Premium Photography Package:

Duration: Up to 60 minutes in two locations
Price: $695 for a minimum of 40 high resolution digital images.

 

 Family Photography Package:

Suitable for families of up to 6 people.

Duration: Up to 30 minutes in one location
Price: $395 for a minimum of 20 high resolution digital images.

 

Family Premium Photography Package:

Suitable for families of up to 6 people.

Duration: Up to 60 minutes in two locations
Price: $695 for a minimum of 40 high resolution digital images.

 

 Medium Sized Family Group Package:

This package is suitable for families/groups of up to 12 people.

Duration: Up to 60 minutes in one location
Price: $695 for a minimum of 40 high resolution digital images.

 

Larger Sized Family Group Package:

This package is suitable for families/groups of 13+ people.

Duration: Up to 60 minutes in one location
Price: $995 for a minimum of 60 high resolution digital images.

All of your High Resolution Photos will be delivered via Digital Download.

How to make a Booking and Payment?

  1. Click on the Enquire Now button above to make your booking.
     

  2. We will then confirm your Portrait Session date and time via email.
     

  3. Your photographer will meet you in your desired location on the date and time of your Portrait Shoot.
     

  4. After your Portrait Session we will email you with the details so that you can make your payment online.
     

  5. Once your payment has been received and we have finished editing your photos ( within 3-4 days) we will send you your link to download your photos.

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