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21 years in business
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I needed to update my head shots soon for my new brokerage. Beverly was able to schedule me within a day. When I showed up for our photo shoot, Beverly greeted me with a wonderful smile and was ready to start. She made sure to show me how the photos were coming out, so I could make any adjustments to get the right look. Beverly had my proofs for me the next day and was able to take care of some tweaks I needed done to my chosen photo. I would definitely use Beverly again.~Emily Wellings, Realtor®Jun 12, 2017Verified
Beverly exceeded my expectations. She was very attentive and did a great job. I highly recommend Beverly.Apr 20, 2018Verified
Beverly was kind and easy to work with and I ended up with a great professional headshotApr 12, 2018Verified
Beverly was quick to respond, friendly and very welcoming. She tailored her approach to meet my specific needs and helped capture what I wanted the photo to convey. I would definitely utilize her services again!Nov 4, 2017VerifiedBeverly Guhl Photography's reply
Thanks, Michelle! Was a pleasure!
I never felt rushed and she was patient as I changed clothes and hair optionsOct 22, 2017VerifiedBeverly Guhl Photography's reply
Thanks, Jean! Really enjoyed our shoot and the pics we got.
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?When people say "1-5" images needed, I will often bid the shoot at 2 images but offer an add-on pricing for additional images. So they get the session at the bid price with 2 images, and for a little more they can get more edited images from the same session. It's a bargain for them! It helps if people can be specific about how many people are in a shoot, how many final images instead of a range, and what their product is. The more info the more accurate the bid!! I also try to bid at a flat rate rather than an hourly rate; there's a lot of reasons for this.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am constantly studying and learning and improving. I read books, watch videos, interact in photo forums, and practice every week, even trying new things. I'm always looking for ways to keep my images current, innovative, and exciting. People don't want images that look like they were shot in the 90's, and neither do I.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I got into photography for enjoyment. I got into headshots and portraits because I love photographing people (and animals!), and because an acting coach and actor thought I would be good at it (he now says I'm the best). Love it!!! I got into commercial photography because I simply love photographing a variety of things.