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|Friday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
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Andrew Pain Photography
About this pro
Andrew is a gifted photographer who not only takes great stills/posed pics, but captures amazing action shots.Aug 30, 2017
Andrew takes amazing photos- he knows just how to capture each moment!Aug 29, 2017
Andrew took the time to make sure my Realtor headshots turned out exactly as I envisioned them. We experimented with different outfits and backgrounds to get just the right look. He also took the time to go through all the photos and edit them, so they have a finished, professional look. He has great attention to detail. I love the final photo we selected. I highly recommend Andrew PainMay 24, 2017
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?For standard real estate shots of a single family home, and images appropriate for MLS, I charge $150. For portraits I prefer to approach each customer individually. I do not, usually, offer prints (though I will provide them on request).
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First I like to talk to them a little about what they are looking for. Even when people say "I don't know" at first, they do have some sort of vision they want for their images. Sometimes it's just a sense or feeling they want captured. During this time I will usually take a few test images, both to get a sense of how they look in the image, the light, and to get them used to having the camera pointed at them. Once this is all done, I will work on capturing the images. With portraits, this is often a matter of coaching or working a person back to where they are relaxed and natural. With architecture, I set up a tripod and take several bracketed images in each room. Previous test shots will give me an idea of where the camera should be to get the best light and angle.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Photography is a trade, so education matters less than experience. But, I've also taken the New York Institute of Photography's course. NYIP is more than 100 years old and works in all aspects of modern photography.