Service Overview

This is a summary of what service I provide with rates guidelines.
TFP projects are sometimes undertaken if costs are covered


Budget Shoot

Guide Price: £50

Headshots / Quick / Photos delivered as JPEG online


Guide Price: £300 – £600

HD filming Edited (Final Cut Pro)

Studio Shoot

Guide Price: £150

All inclusive 10 retouched images
MUA included


Guide Price: £200

Classes Schools Colleges etc

Location Shoot

Guide Price: £100 – £200

Plus Travel
(MUA available on request)



Guide Price: £POA

Depends on level and number required


Don’t just take it from us, let our clients do the talking!

“It was a real pleasure to work with Pete. He was extremely helpful and professional. I was very happy with his creativity and passion, and the final result was better than my expectations. I would definitely work with him in the future.” Nikki

CEO, Nikks of London

“I know the make up and styling and the model are important components, and well done to Jana on another great job! But above all well done Pete! My fave photographer – one day soon you’ll be sweeping the board for the relevant prizes!”

Janusz Finder

Owner, Jasio's Boutique

Some thoughts from Louise Beattie “The Prosperous Photographer’s Club”

“I don’t know about you, but sometimes I find it so easy to not use my time well. 

I can find a 1001 other tasks to do rather than knuckling down to something that I know will make a much bigger difference in my business than those admin type tasks that don’t bring in clients or revenue. 

It’s one of the reasons I am a great fan of systemising as much as possible in my business, using checklists or step by step processes – the less I have to think about the process of what I am doing the quicker I get it done!

Another great way to focus my mind is to understand what my time is worth. It really focuses my mind.

By this I mean how much you need to make an hour if you are going to achieve your income goals through your business. 

Now I am sure that you have seen variations on this theme before. But most miss out one important point – productive hours, and thanks to Dan Meredith for showing me that. 

Many people get it wrong when working out the value of their time. They often think in terms of 365 days per year when in reality we have about 220 work days per year. 

Some of you can bump this number up to 300 if you’re a 6 days per week / 52 weeks per year do it all kind of person.

But I think there is more to life than work so I like to err on the side of working less – using 220 or 250 as your number of work days.

So let’s say that you want to gross £50,000 a year. What is your hourly value?

(I am going to keep this simple, and talk in gross figures – you can work out what you need to gross to give you the net income you need as it will be different for everyone).

Divide that (£50,000) by 220 working days = £227.27 a day.

Taking an 8 hour working day that = £28.41 and hour or 47.3p a minute. 

But let’s face it, very few of us are productive 8 hours a day, so let’s say that you are productive 70% of the time (and I know that is being generous for some), that means that really you need to be generating £36.93 an hour or 61.5p a minute when you are productive if you want to reach your gross income goal for the year.

So why is this important? Because you use it as a filter. You develop the habit of asking yourself “does this activity reach or generate my hourly value?” 

Start applying this thought pattern in your business, applying it to the activities that you do, and use it to guide how you spend your time. 

You’ll find that you will choose how you spend your time a lot more wisely…”

Louise Beattie “The Prosperous Photographer’s Club”

Frequently Asked Questions

What do my services entail?

I shoot high quality images in RAW format using Nikon DSLR. The client gets ALL images sent via AND up to 10 images edited to a high quality in Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop. The best can be submitted to a magazine if both parties desire.

When will I get my pictures?

Usually by link within 24hours. Please provide a contact detail (email, facebook or twitter)
JPEGs will be low res for ease of transfer. Favourites can be identified for hi res development such as retouching & manipulation.
CDs/DVDs or USBs can be arranged for a small fee to cover costs.

What is your refund policy?

Refunds offered. This has only occurred on one occasion

Do I get royalty free content?

Yes they can be used royalty free.

How can I re-use content?

Work can be used subject to a written credit of “photo by Pete Fallan”. This includes social media, news, physical display, online and in print.


Copyright always remains with the photographer by law but ownership can be arranged. Please ask

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