WHAT TYPE OF SHOOTING CAN YOU BOOK?
Generally you can book me for any kind of shoot: Events, Products, Fashion, Portraits, Sensual, Available Light, Landscape, Architecture, Weddings, People ...
I am registered as a photographer at the IHK Chamber of Commerce Germany. And belong to the selected circle of Germany's favorite photographers www.Lieblingsphotograph.de
WHAT DOES A SHOOTING COST?
As every human being is unique, every photo project is different - different in style and in volume.
I would like to respond individually to your needs and your budget. Send me your request with a brief description of the project, I will then make a non-binding offer: frankpeck (at) web.de
For a definitive date fix theres a 50% advance payment to be made. The other half before handing over the pictures.
Which files do I get after the shoot?
In order to meet a professional standard, I only hand over fully edited pictures in desired resolution.
The pictures should speak for themselves and reflect my artistic approach, which I regard as my trademark and make the pictures unique. I provide a Dropbox link for the client. The pictures can be downloaded here.
This link can also be shared with other friends / relatives / guests, etc., if desired.
On-location or in the studio?
I prefer photographing in the "real world", with natural available light, as these images are relatively easy to realize without great human and technical effort.
City backgrounds, natural scenery, or even in a familiar home is more exciting than in a glistening bright and often sterile studio ambience. Individual favorite places, cafes, bistros, workplaces ... or even the anonymous ambience of an extra rented location to capture a special atmosphere are great.
On request, I also have the opportunity to realize studio shootings of any kind.
MakeUp for the Photo-shoot?
Of course, this touch-up can be done by the model or an experienced friend, but my experience shows that it takes some professional know-how to do that.
I recommend booking a make-up artist. The result is usually much better and that's what it's all about. Prices are depending on the professionalism of the make-up artist ranging from € 50-150 per hour.
Basically, this question is also one of the things that are discussed before the photoshoot, ideally I get to see a pre-selection of the clothes and can then plan the shoot much better. But most importantly, you need to feel comfortable in your clothes.
What should be considered during the shoot?
It is important that a relaxed atmosphere is created between the photographer and the model.
So I try to put my 100% attention and focus on the end result. Non-involved persons usually contribute to a certain restlessness and lack of concentration, which often adversely affect the shoot. That's why I generally advise against this.
Nevertheless, the fun in the sometimes strenuous work comes first and if the chemistry is right, this will happen naturally.
Are there TFP or test shoots for sed cards?
You are welcome to send me an inquiry without obligation with current pictures and / or your sedcard by email to frankpeck (at) web.de. Every request will be answered individually.
What about Copyright?
if a person hires a photographer to take pictures of a wedding, for example, the photographer will own the copyright in the photographs unless the copyright in the photographs is transferred, in writing and signed by the copyright owner, to another person. The subject of the photograph generally has nothing to do with the ownership of the copyright in the photograph. The license will be a grant of agreed-upon usage and scope.
With advertising photos for example for a fashion clothing manufacturer the planned usage of the photos is stated with in the agreement between customer and photographer. If the photos are used later in further campaigns, this requires a separate agreement.
Preferably personally by phone at +49 173 3420088. Alternatively, you can also send an email:
frankpeck (at) web.de
Looking forward to hearing from you…
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