Kevin Taylor Art and Photography
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
I have solutions for almost any budget. Many quotes go out automatically based on matching search criteria. Because of this some quotes are subject to change based on your exact needs and any potential variables related to the job. Likewise, discounts and other special considerations may also be applicable.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Photography is personal. We should get to know each other a little bit first. I like to meet in person whenever possible, but a phone call, FaceTime or Skype conversation can be just as good. The more at ease we are with each other the better. This is also your chance to express to me what you're hoping to get out of the shoot in terms of location(s), mood, style etc. and to learn more about how I work.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
In college I majored in Communication with an emphasis on Media Studies and Rhetoric and a minor in Art. The subject of photography permeated all areas of my studies from the technical basics to its persuasiveness and rhetorical use in various media campaigns ranging from story-telling to advertising to government propaganda. I started out on film and quickly developed (pun slightly intended) an appreciation for photography as an art-form. I’d spend hours in the darkroom, creating moody artsy black and white prints for exhibition. I was also a part of our school's first ever digital photography class (Yes...I am that old, haha!) Today I still subscribe to newsletters and take online courses covering all sorts of topics from lighting, posing, and editing to how to travel more efficiently while lugging around a bunch of gear.