Where & How To Send Us Your Products

Last Updated: 2021-06-15
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"How Do I Get You My Product?"


Do not ship us your product unless you’ve placed an order. Your first step is to place an order through the website. Products without orders will be disposed of.

  • Please include your order number with your shipment; we cannot move forward if we don't know what order the items are associated with or who they came from.
  • Shipping through UPS is preferred.


Please Send All Packages To:

POW Photography
Attn: Order # (insert order #)
4510 N. Ravenswood Ave, Ste B
Chicago, IL 60640

Shipping Notes

  • Pick The Best
    When you send us your product, be sure to be careful to pick the best product of the bunch, as this product will represent the rest.
  • Pack It Well
    Do a really good job packing the box. If the product is damaged when it arrives, we’ll let you know and give you the chance to send a replacement before we do the shoot. However, it’s always best to spend a little extra time and make sure the product is protected.
  • Return Shipping Label
    When you print a label via Fedex or UPS (if you have an account), you're given an option to print a return shipping label. This isn’t billed until it is used. This is the quickest way for us to return your products to you after the shoot. We are also happy to send you an invoice for the return shipping after the shoot is complete if you don't qualify for free return shipping.

Are You In The Chicago Area?

If you’re a Chicago local, schedule a time to stop by and say hello.
No need to ship it, simply affix your order number to the box and save money by dropping it off or messengering it over to us:

 POW Photography
4510 N. Ravenswood Ave, Ste B
Chicago, IL 60640

Please deliver your products in a box or packaging to protect your samples, especially those that are fragile or irregular and may not fit in the limited packaging we have on hand. Keep in mind that while we make every effort to care for your items, your items will move through various stages of our process and storage, making protective packaging necessary.