Do I charge by the hour or by the day?
I charge by “Half Day” up to 4 hours or “Full Day” up to 8 hours. Please contact me directly for fees.
What is included in my fees?
My fees are for my photographic expertise, my time at the photoshoot, use of my own equipment, travel within London, Post production of up to 15 images on a Half day shoot and up to 30 images on a Full Day shoot.
Usage of images: The captured images can be used by the client for social media, own website, PR purposes, award submissions, brochures and own portfolios.
What is not included in my fees?
Plane tickets, accommodation, taxis, travel outside M25 and external hard drives if required for storage of images.
Who owns the copyright of the digital files?
The photographer does, unless otherwise agreed.
A license to use the images for your own personal promotional purposes (website and social media) is included in the price of the photoshoot booking. The license becomes active as soon as full payment for the photoshoot is received.
Please note a fee will have to be negotiated if you wish to purchase the copyright.
Do I charge for travel days?
If due to the location of the photoshoot it is required to travel the day before, I do charge a Half Day rate for the traveling time.
Do you work with a stylist?
Not always but most of the time. They add the finishing touches and help “style to camera” which is a must to ensure an aesthetically pleasing image is achieved, as well as getting the best out of your interior.
The client can provide their own stylist or I can make a recommendation. In some occasion the client himself or herself do the styling.
Please note the stylist fees are separate.
Do you tether to a computer?
Yes, when required so the client can view the image and make adjustments before moving on. This is vital when working with a stylist.
What size files do you supply?
Both, low-res jpgs that have been web optimised so they are small in size but retaining the quality. These are ideal for websites and social media.
I can also provide high res Jpg or Tiff, if required for your printing material.
How do you supply the files?
I use We Transfer, which is a digital file transfer service. This is a great way to share files when needed quickly.
I can also burn the files onto a CD/DVD if it is an extensive job containing high res Tiff files.