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Tony Ventouris Photography
About this pro
Tony nailed our photography brief. Pictures are amazing and he got them to us quickly. Definitely worth the money!Aug 15, 2018Verified
Tony has been wonderful. It is clear that he has talent. His photos are top quality, he is a pleasure to communicate with, and you can see he cares about his work and his clients.May 15, 2018Verified
Tony was absolutely amazing in every aspect. He's very fast to answer any of my messages, showed up to take photos with little heads up, and the photos are amazing. Im already working with him on another opportunity. Thanks again!Jun 20, 2018Verified
Tony is a true professional. He delivered excellent images in a timely manner, and was pleasant to work with. He made sure to understand what we wanted and gave his own creative insight to make a great finished product. I highly recommend Ventures Photography for your next project!Jun 11, 2018Verified
Tony did an outstanding job on our real estate photos. He was very easy to work with, communicative, professional, and is extremely talented.Jun 9, 2018Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?If I had standard clients...i'de have standard pricing. I don't. I have amazingly awesome, unique, diverse, and passionate clients. Therefore my pricing changes to accommodate your unique needs and situation. Pricing in photography has many factors. For example: Client A needs only one single photo made. It took a month of planning, a dozen meetings, 3 stylists, boom truck rentals, a couple days of shooting, and two weeks of retouching. Client B needs 40 documentary images during an event that need no editing and there is no pre-production work. Client A's shoot is a lot more expensive than Client B even though only one image was made. This is why I can't have a standard pricing. I need to know more about your needs so ensure everything is covered in order to get you what you need.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We need to speak. Bottom line. I am not a fly-by-night photographer that will show up with the latest camera and start snapping pictures and hope for the best. No. Everything begins and ends with our conversation. I have probably thought more about your product and business than you have. I can guide you through unique ways to show off your product and show you possibilities to bring your vision to the world. I can't do that if we don't speak. My questions are not technical how to do my job stuff. I know my job. My questions are leading us to discovering about you, your goals, and the subtle ways to create impact that translates to something tangible. This only happens person to person. Some things in life still rely on people...and making amazing photography is about people, not cameras. You don't need to even know what you want...I can guide the process. I can show you examples, and show you new ways to address what you need. I can't do that by giving you some random price that worked for someone else, showing up, and snapping a bunch of shots. You deserve better. You are passionate about what you do. So am I.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I continually stay up to date with the latest technology, techniques, and learning in photography. (in fact in all things I do) I attend key workshops and master classes, and industry meetings that will offer something that I can bring back to clients. I also look to other industries and fields for inspiration, ideas, and new ways to work with photographs and virtual tours.