Frequently Asked Questions
Most commercial photography jobs have several options regarding their costing. They may be priced as an hourly rate, half day rate or full day rate. This ensures you can choose the best value option to meet your needs.
No. The minimum charge is for one hour, after which costing is worked out every 15 minutes after the initial hour.
For the majority of jobs the editing costs are in-built to the price, meaning you won't be charged extra. Should you have very specific editing requirements, this would be quoted for at the time of your enquiry.
I would be able to work out a more accurate time once I knew the type of photographs you required and the quantity. For example, covering an informal event could provide 50+ photos per hour, whereas a complex product photo could take several hours or longer for one photo.
The copyright of a photo would not automatically go to you, although it is possible to purchase the photograph outright, allowing you to have full control over the photograph. The level of Photograph License you require would be discussed and in most cases you will probably find that you do not require to own the copyright to the image.
The nature of my work can be sporadic, meaning that on some occasions I may be able to undertake a job at very short notice, such as one the same day or following day. However, at other times it may be several weeks. To give you an average figure, I can normally fit in jobs within 5 - 7 days of booking.