Current Top Pro
Hired 144 times
12 years in business
(Pacific Time Zone)
12:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Credit card, Cash, Venmo, Paypal, Square
Currently a Top Pro
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Photo studio shoots,
Very friendly and excellent work quality!May 26, 2018Verified
Dan was amazing to work with and an incredibly talented photographer. 10/10 would work with him again.Feb 27, 2018Verified
We really enjoyed working with Dan! He was very responsive and helpful, especially considering our project had a quick turnaround deadline. We were very impressed with the final photos as well. Thank you Dan!Feb 13, 2018Verified
Dan was easy to work with and got my head shots done quickly. The shoot was fun, and he was great at finding cool backdrops to use. Would recommend.Oct 17, 2016Verified
Dan was professional, easy to work with, and had quick turnaround time with the photos. He has a great eye, and I'd highly recommend him for head shots or lifestyle photos!Aug 16, 2016Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?A basic shoot normally last 20-30 minutes and your get 20-30 headshots for you to choose from. Most of them will be ready to use as is, but I'll have you pick 2 for me to touch up a bit more. Edits include general style/exposure edits like what you see in my portfolio/website. I also routinely touch up blemishes, stray hairs, and bags under eyes for no extra charge On payment, cash, venmo, check and paypal can all work
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I like to follow up and ask about the industry you work in or the style you are looking for to get a better idea of how I should shoot your photo. The main part of the process is finding a location that works. I have a few outdoor spots in either SF or East Bay that I like to shoot at (for great natural light), but can also make visits to your office or home. Before the shoot, I can consult you on general wardrobe tips and answer any questions you might have.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?My first photography class was in college at UC Berkeley (where I studied economics). I moved to San Francisco after graduation and took extensive photography coursework at Rayko photo studio in SOMA. But, my main training has been practice (read my answer to how I got started to find out what I mean by that).