Picture New Mexico & The Southwest Photographer
About this pro
The market is full of new people with cameras promoting themselves as photographers that don't have the experience to properly handle the task. You can count on us for the right shot and to properly process the pictures afterwards to get the quality and type of images you had hoped for when contracting us for your event coverage. We carry backup equipment to further assure we are able to properly handle your project. Being able to meet and work with some great event organizers, club and venue managers, and great staff. Nothing better than working with people who are having a great time!
Years in business22
Times hired on Thumbtack14
Number of employees1
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Q & A
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Pricing photography projects is based on a number of variables that a person requesting a quote needs to consider. How far will the photographer have to travel to reach the site? How long do you want the photographer there to take pictures? Will your project require on-site studio lighting? Will the photographer need non-standard camera equipment to take a particular type of photo? Will your pictures require special post-processing due to unusual lighting or other non-standard shooting methods. If you are asking for prints to be included in the quote, how many prints and of what size will you want? The more specific you can be about where the shoot will take place, how long you need the photographer on site, and complete details on what you expect from the photographer will help insure you get an accurate quote.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Most events are at night clubs or other venues that can be rented by groups to hold their events. A small number are at homes, but most are at bars and restaurants where the event holder can reserve space for their party or event. Downtown hotels are a favorite for the central location and parking. In addition to event photography, we can come to your location or do portrait shoots in our own professional studio.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Ask them about their level of experience, type of equipment they will use, if you know the difference, and when the pictures will be available. You should also ask about post processing the pictures which can take more time than the shoot itself.