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Billing and payments

Product Photography Prices

Whether you opt for traditional studio product photography, CGI modeling or animation, our billing and payment processes are very similar and designed to ensure your project runs as smoothly as possible, right from estimate through to delivery. Here is an overview of the stages you can expect to encounter. 

Payment options

Once your brief has been submitted, we will create a bespoke estimate for your project, breaking down each section so you are well-informed on exactly what you are paying for. We offer two payment options for you to select based on your budget and preferences. Once you have accepted our estimate, we can discuss which payment plan is most suitable for you.

Option 1. Paying in full

The first option is to pay the 100% fee upfront. There are a few benefits of selecting this option. Primarily, this means that we can exchange high-resolution files throughout the project, and each component can be delivered fully as soon as it is completed. This allows for easier collaboration during production.

Option 2. Deposit invoice

You also have the option to pay a 50% upfront deposit (this may vary slightly depending on the project’s complexity). The remaining sum is then payable on completion of the work. Once the whole project fee is paid, you will be provided with high-resolution finished imagery or video.

How to pay

Payment can be made via direct bank transfer or using your credit card through PayPal. Please note that opting to use PayPal means you will incur a transaction fee, the precise value of which will vary depending on your location.

Wire transfer

Wise Bank:
IBAN: BE58 9672 3580 8679
Avenue Louise 54, Room S52, Brussels, 1050, Belgium

Credit card

There is also an option to pay the invoice online using credit card through Stripe. Keep in mind that will be a transaction fee 2.5% to 5% depending where you sending it from 

Wire transfer fees

When you make a bank transfer, there are often fees associated with the transaction. BEN, SHA, and OUR all refer to the way in which the banks involved in the transfer will charge for wire services.

  • BEN stands for beneficiary—which means, we will pay your transfer charges.
  • SHA stands for shared—which means that we bought will the transfer charges.
  • OUR stands for our—which means that you will pay the transfer charges.

Please make sure to select OUR when paying your invoice total to absorb the transfer charges, to avoid additional changes from us, to reimburse these invoice discrepancies.


Depending on your preferences, there are two ways in which we can exchange files. If you would like to pay the full project fee upfront, we can share high resolution files as we progress through the project. If you preferred to pay only the deposit before completion of the project, you will be provided with low resolution images throughout for collaboration purposes, and will receive high resolution versions when full payment has been made.