I have been asked to photograph both individual and group shots for a local dance studio. The instructor has scheduled the shoots to take place over two separate days. We both agreed that dividing the shoot into two shorter sessions would make the process slightly easier. I'm guessing that each shoot will last between three to four hours. The largest group I will be photographing consists of around twenty students. My prior experience consists of shooting high school senior portraits, headshots for actors/musicians/performers, and some fashion work. I've never dealt with shooting larger groups of people, and my usual procedures for proofing and ordering images are not going to work in this instance. I'm also unsure of what products to provide for the parents to choose from. I assume that most photographers who work in this field provide print packages. A majority of the individuals I photograph purchase prints and other products à la carte. I have never dealt with selling print packages to my clients. My normal rate for a two hour portrait session is currently $150. To give everyone an idea of my print pricing: I charge $25 for an 8x10, $8.00 for 4x6s; and 24 wallets (single pose) runs $25. My overhead (rent, bills, etc.) is fairly low at the present time. I live in Kansas, and the dance studio is located in a smaller community here. With this information in mind, I'm wondering if others here could suggest some appropriate pricing, and also what specific packages I might offer to the parents. If you happen to be a photographer who shoots this type of work on a regular basis, how do you manage proofing/ordering? Thanks in advance for any advice you are able to provide.