FAQs/Pricing

What is the cost of a portrait session?

Studio sessions and file editing are $200 for up to two hours in the studio, a photo review, and editing for up to two setups.   On location sessions start at $500 dependent upon travel and setup time required. 

How do I schedule a portrait session?

Studio sessions are scheduled at our studio at 250 N. Sunnyslope Road, Suite 270, Brookfield, WI.  These are scheduled for up to two hours and can include several different setups and backgrounds. 

On location portrait sessions are scheduled in two hour blocks at your location and also include several different setups and backgrounds. 

For either a studio or on location session, please use the contact form listed on each page or call 262-271-3965

We will send you a calendar link for scheduling your session and location. 

What is included in a portrait session?

We provide full size (~20MB) files suitable for printing as well as smaller files for online use.  You will receive all of the portraits you choose from the final selection.  

Do you provide prints? 

Prints of portraits are available and are priced starting at $29 dependent upon size and media.  Prints do not include framing but we will provide professional framing at our discounted cost if desired. 




Do you sell prints of the photographs on your website?

All of the photographs are available for sale in a variety of media and sizes.  Please inquire with the contact form or call Molly Conway at 414-779-7778 for pricing and media and framing options. 

What media are prints available on? 

Available media includes archival paper, aluminum in a variety of finishes, canvas and wood.  We have examples available for viewing prior to ordering. 

Are the photographs on your website all digital photos?

No.  Tim uses both high resolution digital cameras as well as film cameras in 4" x 5", 6cm x 7cm, 6cm x 17cm, and 35mm. 



Tim Keane has been a passionate photographer for many years. While he was building a software company, and later helping entrepreneurs, he always has returned to photography as a way of looking at the world and communicating a compelling vision.

His approach to portraiture is straightforward and puts subjects in the best and most engaging vision of themselves, a moment dedicated only to each person’s uniqueness, strengths and charm. “It’s a humbling experience to engage with someone in a very personal and meaningful way, and, at least for a small period of time, to have that conversation visible to a broader audience.”

He’s been fortunate to study with George DeWolfe, a student of Ansel Adams, with Greg Gorman, an LA based portrait photographer to the stars, and several distinguished and talented landscape artists. His landscapes hang in City Hall in Milwaukee and several collections.

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