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The Elements of Photography Billing....

Posted on July 13, 2015 at 1:00 AM

There are a number of Components that a Professional Photographer has to take inrto account when Billing for a Customer.
Some of these are:
   1. What type of PhotoShoot is it?
   2. How long the Shoot actually is!
   3. Where is the Locale of the Shoot?
   4. How many People are involved?
   5. What Products are requested/being Purchased? Products are paid in addition to unless stated.
   6. What Copyright concerns are there? Are they being Purchased? Are they being Leased? Make  
         sure you understand that as a matter of Copyrighting, I chooose to have my Watermark on all Photosas a SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) for my Business.

I hope you understand; if any questions, please call me; I am very Open-minded & Willing to discuss!

Thank you! 

I look forward to Shooting with you and being Creative!

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Reply Graves roy
1:30 AM on November 9, 2020 
Photography: As we fly or get above the bottom level, we always attempt to shoot the gorgeous scene which we see below us. for instance, once we are during a flight we always attempt to capture the landscape scene which we will see from above. this is often called Aerial photography. French picture taker and balloonist, Gaspar Felix Tournachon, took the most aeronautical photo in 1858. He tested for an extended time before he could create the photo. He had caught the French town, Petit-Center, from a hot-air swell, 80 meters over the bottom. Architectural Photography: Framing the color, shape, layout, or art of any structure is often soothing to eyes. All the visuals of monuments or buildings are including during this genre of photography. Both, the inside and therefore the exterior of a building is often framed, but the challenging aspect for the photographer is to stay in the mind of the lighting and distortion.