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3 years in business
Photos and Videos
Corporate / business,
Fashion / jewelry,
Portrait / headshot,
Interior architecture / real estate,
Exterior architecture / landscape,
Wendy is a wonderfully creative person. Her photography hits the mark every time. She is awesome to work with! I can’t recommend her enough.May 4, 2018Wendy Hill Photography's reply
Thank you for being a part of that creative process. I really enjoyed creating images that fit your brand. Delicious coffee!
Wendy is so easy to work with! She is flexible and knows what angles will make her photos unique! She has a fast turn around time on getting photos back to clients. I am definitely going to be using Wendy in the future!May 2, 2018Wendy Hill Photography's reply
Thank you, Kaila! It was so much fun to work with your group.
We enjoyed having Wendy come in to shoot our dishes. She was professional, friendly, & easy to work with! Would recommend time and time again!Apr 29, 2018Wendy Hill Photography's reply
Thank you! Your restaurant is beautiful and a pleasure to work with.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Pricing is all based on the job and how the images will be used. Contact me to get a quote for your unique situation.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Commercial photography, in many ways, works much different than consumer photography. This is most true with product and food photography. There is much planning and work that is done before the shoot even happens. Therefore when looking at pricing for commercial photography you are paying for the for the planning, proping, assistants (if needed), models (if needed) shooting and editing and use of your images.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?1) How do you plan to use the images? 2) What style of images do you want? Do a search for images that match the style you want, and be prepared to share those samples with your photographer. 3) If you want people in your shots, such as product, do you have room in the budget to pay models? 4) How many total images do you need? 5) When do you need to have the finished images?