TJ Haimoto Photography
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Introduction: Rich, warm, and captivating photos is what I love to deliver! There is a story in each client and I want to deliver that through amazing photography! Whether it's a portrait (both creative and professional), an event, or for commercial purposes, I'll promise you captivating photos! You'll find me either decorating cakes, coaching baseball, or playing guitar when I'm not photographing. So feel free to contact me if you have any questions!
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?All my portrait sessions start at $200. I love to work with my clients and create packages that fit their budgets.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I love to get to know the client: what they do, where they're from... everyone has a story unique to them and it's so fascinating to find out! Finding out what clients want out of a photoshoot is key for me. I pick their brain and after each consultation, I put together a shoot that will deliver the BEST results. During shoots, I never cease to give direction. I understand shoots can be uncomfortable, so you can trust me as your guide to captivating, rich photos!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I started photographing friends and family with a digital camera back when I was a teenager (I'm talking early 2000's point-and-shoot cameras). That eventually developed into a joy for photography. When my dad bought my first DSLR camera, I picked it up from there and taught myself over the years, collaborated with friends on photoshoots, and learned from other portrait, wedding, and landscape photographers. There's always something to be learned, and my mind is constantly absorbing new ideas about creating captivating photography.