Chad W. Adams Photography
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Josi Wad W.
Chad did our engagement and wedding photos and we couldn't have been happier. He made my husband and I feel so at ease and comfortable. He was truly a blast to work with! Words can not express how much we cherish the memories that Chad captured for us! He went above and beyond the duties of a photographer. We highly recommend his services!Jul 17, 2013
Chad is a personable photographer. He really takes time to get to know who he is working with. He is accommodating regarding prices by working with your budget. Chad is flexible and takes that extra step for who he is helping by visiting photo destinations in advance, asking/answering questions and calling/texting and meeting with clients! His picture taking methods are amazing and I enjoy his enthusiasm for his work! He is going to be the photographer for my wedding!Sep 5, 2012
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?One of my most common questions involves pricing. It's almost always a difficult question to answer because most photography subjects are not photographers themselves and may have a misconception about what I do. Nothing on my pricelist is arbitrary; it's all been carefully calculated. I must take into account how many shots I expect to fire on location, how many shots I expect to keep and edit, and how long the editing process will take. In a one-hour portrait session, that number will be much, much smaller than at an eight-hour wedding ceremony! If you think my advertised price is too high, I encourage you to ask me about it. I'm not afraid to answer your questions!
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Schedule an interview! The most important thing to remember when you are working with someone in a creative industry is that personalities need to match. A photographer may have spectacular talent and the skills to match, but you might just not get along. Before you hire a photographer, schedule an interview to find out if you can work with that person. Sure, ask their fees and look at their portfolio, but personality is most important. Schedule an interview!