Steady State Studios
We are very happy with the photos from our wedding. Jason was great to work with; he was so accommodating and produced such professional work. They're great! We're glad we found Jason and this company.Feb 3, 2018
Jason was very professional and creative. He let me choose the area (it was quite the adventure to get to our destination) and captured the moments and message I was seeking for my business. He also went the extra mile by editing some of my photos for my marketing ideas. He went above and beyond. I have referred him to my professional friends seeking headshots and I will be using him for my home photos for my future listings. Thanks Jason!Mar 21, 2017Verified
About this pro
Years in business11
Times hired on Thumbtack147
Number of employees2
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Q & A
- What types of customers have you worked with?Event videography and photography is our specialty. While we've done a little bit of everything, from birthdays & quinceaneras, to baptisms, graduations, and recitals, our main thing is weddings. We do dozens and dozens of weddings annually, ranging from small, one-hour/one-camera affairs to all-day, multi-angle extravaganzas.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Ask questions. Always ask questions -- it never hurts, and we have the answers; that's why we're the service professionals. Some of best to ask: 1. Can I see some samples? Ask for their demos as well as a completed wedding/full portfolio. All companies showcase their best work in their highlights or sample albums, but seeing a finished product will let you know more effectively if their style aligns with what you want. 2. Is this the best price you can offer? We often dislike hearing this, but it never hurts to ask. Often companies are able to offer discounts or have promotions going that may not be fully advertised. Again, it doesn't hurt to ask! 3. Can I speak with some references? Ask to speak with a previous customer or two. All companies have at least a few folks who have given the green light to be contacted, and you can ask context-specific questions about the company you're considering from someone who's worked with them directly.