|Sunday||8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Tuesday||8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Wednesday||8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Thursday||8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Friday||8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
|Saturday||8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight|
Johnnie Stanfield Photography
About this pro
Anne R.Mar 1, 2018Verified
Johnnie worked with me to create my professional head shots, and she produced results beyond my expectations. Not only was she able to understand what kinds of shots I was looking for and create them, but she was was able to get me the finished results even more quickly than she had promised. Johnnie is the best!Feb 25, 2018
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?1. My price is based on the Event Itself 2. and what it entitles : like number of guest, total family size and distance from my studio. 3. Also how long I will be there on the initial photo shoot and how many pictures will be needed to tell your story. 4. How much editing and different groups of pictures I have to coordinate and photograph inside the guest list for the event. Example: it takes a shorter time period to get bride groom and two attendees together for a shoot than it takes for 8 attendees. 5. How much after the photo shoot work is involved in preparing your photos. (Format, Your personal Preferences) Clients don't realize a day of taken the photos is sometimes the easiest part. Critically, previewing, editing, cropping and enhancing photos for a small event with less than 50 attending usually takes an additional 18-20 hours of studio developing time.Want them all or half in a black and white option?? Add another 8-10 hours. So don't be in a rush to have your photos back quickly. Editing can turn a so so photo into a great shot. 5. Where is your event? I like to visit with the client and survey the area a few weeks before the event. I want to get an idea of the setting and lighting. This will be important to know ...(So I can note- how much time and when and where not to photograph my clients- a beautiful site may truly be great But not if the sun is shining in your eyes at 6pm.-- During the event- I won't have time to re-analyze the lighting- move you to a better location and still be able to get the shot of Grandma Break dancing... With your Uncle Bill.. I work well with a wedding planner or if Not- I can easily help you plan your shots to gives you the the best flattering light -
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?1. An email or text to set up a personal phone conversation seems to be the easiest way for clients to communicate these days. I use this phone consultation to see where you are in the planning process. It also gives me an opportunity to answer any questions the client may have about the service being provided. 2. Arrange a personal meeting- preferably at the event venue to walk through the event with the client. 3.Suggest that the client complete a questionnaire and check list of what they desire from the shoot. 4. Sign a contract obligating both of us to continue the agreement and book the event time and date. 5. Deposit 6. A follow up meeting or a 2nd appointment if needed to go over the questionnaire and check list. 7. Follow up and re- affirm the event booking.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have taken several graphic design classes and use the most advance methods and programs to enhance, edit and bring out the best lightning for the events. I also actively participate in and teach advanced training classes for artists and photographers helping them with websites, digital and social media. Also, work to stay abreast of current trends - that inspire me to take my digital photography and YOUR Event to the next level.