When you need to document the progress of a job site for a corporate client.
When you need job site photos for advertising and marketing needs, site logistics, preconstruction planning etc.
When you just want to record your work for any reason, I have specific construction site photography experience. I even have my own hardhat, Class 2 hi-vis safety vest, and safety glasses.
I know what you are looking for in construction photography because I’ve also owned a construction business and worked for a commercial construction company as their Marketing Communications Expert. I don’t just take “pretty” pictures (which are the best for marketing materials), but also the necessary photos of MEP, preconstruction site planning shots, insurance photos, training photos and video, site logistics and anything else construction photography related.
Drone photography of construction sites is increasingly popular. Nothing beats aerial shots of large construction sites prior to building or during any phase of the construction process. Clients love drone shots of their buildings and they look very professional for a construction company to offer to a client.
The commercial construction company I was an employee of liked to give project books (photo books) to most of their clients. They were like a timeline of the project from groundbreaking ceremonies to the finished walk-through. And clients loved them.
It’s not as expensive as you may think. I offer prom packages for as little as $99. As long as you went through all the trouble to buy the dress or rent the tux, you may as well get something more out of it.
Prom photos can double as Senior photos. As long as you are all gussied up, why not?
Photographers also tend to book up quickly for prom photo and senior photo time. So reserving a studio session in advance is a very good idea.
$45 deposit is required. Non-refundable after 24 hours.
Basic Prom Photo Package: $99 (this is probably cheaper than the dress).
1 Hour Photo Session at my indoor or outdoor studio
1 8×10 print. Additional prints available, such as 5×7 or wallet size, just ask for prices.
No kidding. Most wedding photographers are booked at least 6 months in advance. So if you get engaged for Christmas, or are planning a spring wedding, make sure to allow enough time to book your photographer. Start booking in the fall and early winter months if you are planning a spring wedding.
Wedding planning is stressful enough, don’t blow the entire special day by not having a professional photographer booked far enough in advance. Also consider where you want your wedding photos taken. The traditional church and reception hall photos leave a lot to be desired. The best wedding shots are usually taken in a private photography session in a location of your choice, or, If you happen to be lucky enough to find a photographer like myself who has their own beautiful outdoor photo studio, it is much easier to book the location in advance. Usually, the most popular public places are booked a year in advance for all kinds of things such as parties, family reunions, business meetings etc., which makes it so difficult to reserve their space.