How to work with interior photographer for best results.
Are you in the process of planning an office interior shoot? – Take the right steps.
It’s time to start planning your visual marketing and to assess your options of which interior photographer to hire for your case study. Are you going to negotiate the rates or go ahead with the most experienced photographer?
This article will guide you on how to prepare for your office interior shoot, the steps involved and who you should be talking to with regards to the photography.
If you have decided to contact few interior photographers ahead of your shoot, it is best to select them based on few criteria:
Then the best course of action is to compare the professionals when negotiating your payment. However, I strongly recommend not hiring a commercial interior photographer based on the price only.
Get in touch for advice on how to maximise your office shoot time with our Commercial Interior Photography Guidelines.
As a guide, I suggest beginning your interior shoot with some basic mapping of the space and deciding what particular sections of the office you want to show.
In order to be fully prepared for your shoot, you will need to action the following steps before:
Make sure you are clear about all costs involved regarding photography. Some interior photographers charge extra for cancelations, additional retouching, extra time on the shoot etc.
Ask the photographer about their process of working on location. How do they prepare the space and make sure you are getting the best images possible.
Marek Sikora Photography is interior photographer based in London, working in accordance with the Commercial Interior Photography Guidelines.
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