Selecting a photographer that can meet your needs is essential. You will find I have depth of knowledge when it comes to photographing a range of project types www.DouglasSterling.com It is equally important to discern whether my work is compatible with your style. The following briefly describes how I will work with you to capture your project.
Together, we plan for the photography assignment by discovering your specific requirements. More specifically, we identify the distinct project elements that speak to your design style or level of craftsmanship. Some initial questions to consider include:
How do you plan to use these images?
All project stakeholders need photography. These stakeholders include the owner, architects, general contractors, subcontractors, consultants, product suppliers, etc. Some of the team members may be interested in participating with these discussions and sharing the expense. If so, I will need to coordinate with each party as well as identify their specific needs and priorities. It is will be important to identify which costs will be shared and which are not.
In the estimate for photographic assignment, I define the scope of work, i.e. a detailed description reaffirming our discovery discussions. The estimate includes three key components
The assignment description includes the name and location, a list of deliverables, and timeframe for completing each assignment.
Licensing information is based upon the answers to these three questions
You will find the three categories in my pricing structure:
Ultimately, the estimate is meant to serve your promotional planning needs and help you meet your own business and marketing objectives.
Creating images that move you forward!