John D. Russell
Commercial Photography can be defined as photography for businesses. Unlike family portrait photography, commercial photography is used to make money. It has many subsections including advertising photography, headshot photography, corporate event photography, product photography, food photography, architecture and real estate photography…the list goes on and on.
Photography isn’t simply about clicking a button. Anyone can do that. Good photography evokes emotion and persuades potential customers into buying products and services. Here’s some insight into my approach to commercial photography.
To ensure you receive maximum value from your investment, we start with a discussion about your budget, timeline, and goals.
We will then devise a plan based on those parameters and create a shot list for we can follow during the shoot. Once established, we’ll select a time, date, and location for the shoot.
Commercial use licensing may apply depending on the type of photography and desired usage.
Defining the terms, roles, and responsibilities of the project is crucial for success. It also allows for transparency and accountability.
Storyboarding is a visual representation of how the shoot will unfold. It’s essentially a road map and allows for a clear vision and direction on the day of the shoot.
Securing Your Date
In order to secure your session date and time, full payment is required. For larger commercial projects a 50% retainer is required.
All final edited images will be delivered electronically. Images are sent in high-resolution and are not watermarked. Image licenses may be applicable depending on the type of shoot and desired use.
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