My approach to your creative needs

Explore your needs and ideas
Sometimes a specific need or idea can be achieved in different ways. Therefore it is crucial to have a first discussion in order to explore all possibilities and be able to be prepared as much as possible. Tip: Sometimes simply searching for similar photographs in the Internet helps to better communicate and develop your initial ideas.

Agree on the expected outcome
Its important to get a co
mmon understanding what your expected outcome is, such as type of photography, amount of pictures and more.
Preparation & Location
Depending on the type of shoot, it might be necessary to explore the location in order to avoid any unexpected surprises.
Location wise I am very flexible be it outdoor or in your home or business.
Shoot
A well prepared shoot guaranty a s
mooth experience and the best result for your creative needs.
Post-Production
Post-Processing effort varies a lot on your needs - in principle every picture is being re-touched: as little as required in order to maximise the outcome.
Delivery
Usually, digital copies (print and social media/web) are delivered via my password protected gallery for download.
Printing, Photo-Books, etc. available upon request.

 

 

 

Check-List - Common questions which will be discussed

 

Corporate Photography, Celebrations, Documentation

  • For what will the photographs be used for?
  • How many people will attend the event?
  • What is the agenda? What is the type and level of engagement expected during each session?
  • Are there any persons which need to be photographed (VIP)?
  • Are there any special moments to be captured?
  • Will the audience be informed, that pictures will be taken?
  • Do you have any special needs? Group pictures? Any fun picture?
  • Where can I sit during the event?

 

Business Portraits, Other Portraits, Group Pictures

  • For what will the photographs be used for?
  • What type of (group) portraits do you have in mind? 
  • Location: I do have a mobile studio equipment and can come to any location. Outdoor pictures usually need a bit more time and are weather dependent.
  • Clothing: Consider to prepare more than one option (Incl. business vs business casual attire).
  • Timing: A relaxed moment in the morning is often the best moment for a good portraiture. 

 

Architecture, Food, Other Projects

  • For what will the photographs be used for?
  • What type of photography do you have in mind? Does it make sense todo a test shooting?
  • Are there any other interdependencies to keep in account?
  • Location: I do have a mobile studio equipment and can come to any location. Outdoor pictures usually need a bit more time and are weather dependent.