Responds in about 2 hours
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
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Wedding and Event Photography
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Starting my Photography in 2018 to now I have tremendously learned a lot and have come very far in my work so I do base my prices off of distance, time of the event and session, gas mileage, in the efforts it takes to take care of the customers expectations. If I'm hired for a session that is longer and more time consuming you have to understand that the price will go up the more hours that I am needed because that is more editing work, that is more sorting and organizing work, not only the work that is done at the event. So what I always ask customers to understand when they are looking for a photographer is if they think their prices are too high you really have to sit and think about what you're asking of them and it's not just taking pictures, it's not just walking around and clicking a button like it's very long process and you have to think about your creativity you have to make sure you get all the expectations of the customer it's a lot of pressure and you should understand that we are here to make you happy but we're also trying our best to do that without conflict of price range.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
When I start with a new client,I typically like to meet with them first beforehand but sometimes I just meet up with them when the session is starting but it does help me to learn more about them and learn their quirks and personality traits so I can really learn what I can do during the photo process to get them to be their true authentic self. I love candid style photography, so during my sessions I could be a little bit of a goofy person but I do it on purpose to try to get people to laugh and their photos because sometimes when the cameras on somebody they can feel really awkward or insecure or really don't know what to do and I try my best to make the person as comfortable as possible so they can really get the feeling in the photos that they're looking for. we meet at location and then I tend to talk for a minute to try to get what they're expecting and then we kind of just go to work from there!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I am a 2018 graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online Division for my Associates in Science of Digital Photography and Marketing. It was a 3-year program, where I learned digital photography, studio, commercial, and the history on photography from the 1940s to present day and how far we've come in technology. I also learned about Photoshop, color composition,post-production and Lightroom for Adobe Creative Cloud.