Jennifer M. Ramos left Dallas, Texas to pursue a degree in journalism. While she may have changed her college major in pursuit of a degree, the hours spent in the darkroom made a lasting impression.
Based in Austin, Texas, Ramos holds a liberal arts degree from the University of Texas. She infuses her unique way of seeing into event coverage, stock photography, weddings, and portrait sessions. Ramos' artistic passion lies in film photography, outdoor exploration, taking on new challenges, and making photographs from what's often seen as mundane subject matter. She draws inspiration from William Eggleston, whose wife Rosa quoted him as saying, “Now you must not take anything for granted when you are looking at a picture. Never do that. Every single little tiny space on that page works and counts.”
Policies + Rates:
All payment must be finalized on or before the day of the shoot, wedding, or event. In the case of weddings, half-payment of the anticipated total fee is required 30 days or more prior to the shoot. Please plan to remit remainder of payment the day of the shoot. A deposit and signed agreement are required to hold the date. My wedding photography rate is $160 per hour (as of May 1, 2021) which includes event coverage and a password-protected gallery of edited, hi-res digital files available for download and sharing with family.
For other shoots/events, a $50 deposit is required at the time the shoot is booked, to hold the date, with the remainder being due the day of the shoot.
In the case of cancellation, I keep $50 (that is, $50 of your deposit is non-refundable). After one failed attempt to reschedule (with the exception being weather or extenuating circumstances such as illness), I reserve the right to cancel the shoot, and keep the deposit, as compensation for not being able to book other jobs on those days.
Please contact me to book a date or discuss fees. Session fees (with the exception of weddings) are $150 per hour, one-hour minimum. Additional fees may apply based on location (distance or need for accommodations), and the number of people being photographed.