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Choose Between Two Options
- $50 for a one-hour studio session (a $125 value) and a $100 print credit (a $225 total value)
- $89 for a one-hour on-location photography session (a $200 value) and a $150 print credit (a $350 total value). The one-hour photography session can be held at a scenic farm or on-location at clients’ homes in Tallahassee or Leon County.
Before posing for photos, clients can opt for a design consultation in which a staffer guides guests through the studio, listens to ideas about clothing, and creates a high-fashion wind tunnel using accordion fans. Sixty minutes of camera time provides ample opportunities for clients to strike a fetching pose, whether in Dina Ivory’s studio, on a farm, or at their own homes. After the shoot concludes, models may use their print credit to choose one or several images for an 8"x10" tabletop portrait ($115), 24 wallet-size photos ($92), or an 11"x14" sealed, matte-finished portrait ($320). Any print will be digitally retouched.
Studio hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday–Friday.
Dina Ivory Photography
Photographer Dina Ivory has cultivated more than 30 years of experience in her field—shooting timeless portraits of adults, children, and infants. Dina and her staff grease the wheels of each shoot, ensuring things run smoothly by catering to kids with treats, assisting subjects with wardrobe and prop choices, and supplying parents with diapers for little ones. The client-focused experience, which helped the studio win a “Best of” nod in 2010 and 2011 from Tallahassee Magazine, continues with complimentary portrait consultations, wherein an expert photographer walks subjects through their photo options before the camera starts clicking. Inside the studio, Dina snaps families in front of classic backgrounds before digitally retouching each batch of shots. Outside, Dina guides guests to a picturesque farm on Sunray Road where she captures subjects gliding through the air on a tire swing, leaning against a bale of hay or a vintage 1948 Ford truck, or giving a pedicure to a belgian draft horse.