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I haven't seen the photos yet but the experience was very enjoyable. Brian was very professional and easy to work with. Can't wait to see how they turn out!Jun 4, 2017Verified
Couldn't have asked for a better experience. We had an outdoor family portrait for 13 people.Oct 10, 2016Verified
Brian's a great photographer and very professional. He takes his time to figure out the right poses and even asks what we'd like. He did a fantastic job on my couples photos and I'm very happy how they came out.Aug 31, 2014Verified
Was a great session. Very professional and capture our special day for maternity pictures. Worked well with my son which is hard to get him to cooperate do to him being autistic. When it came time to review our raw photos was extremely patient and help us through the whole process of making sure we were satisfied. Thank you so much!May 9, 2014Verified
Bryan makes you feel at ease and is able to help a client evaluate the photos to get the best expression possible.Oct 23, 2019VerifiedBrian Huey Studios's reply
Thanks for that feedback Kathryn! Best to you and the Board role!
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I like to be pretty darn transparent about the fees. I don't like to have a moment at the end where the bill comes due and it was different than expected. We talk about it ahead of time; before the contract is signed. For clients ordering prints, I give ballpark figures ahead of time, but it is difficult to give an exact dollar figure until I know what you're looking to buy for your space.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Each of my clients are unique in their needs. I use a hands-on approach and am always happy to answer questions. For my headshot clients, I have a webpage devoted to "What to Wear," for my wedding clients I have a questionnaire to help understand what to expect on the big day, for my model clients, we talk about what types of looks are desired in the portfolio, and so forth.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Constant learning is a must. Aside from the photography courses I took in High School and College, I've continued to read journals, magazines, and photography blogs. Additionally, I peruse art sharing sites (like deviant art) and even Google images to look at poses and lighting; learning from what others have done and trying to set up similar shots. Ultimately, I'm always learning so that I can create stunning images of my clients.