I shoot on location or you can come to my studio near downtown Dallas in the Design District.
Many of my clients prefer to receive the photo shoot at their workplace, at a spot that has meaning to their brand, or somewhere in nature.
If you have an attractive office setting or access to an impressive lobby or conference room, we can use this to capture some great headshots and portraits. These backdrops are also ideal for lifestyle photos of you working in your natural environment.
If you’re more interested in an outdoor look, take a look at my location suggestions for Plano, McKinney, Frisco, and Dallas. I am open to exploring new areas if there is a specific place you have in mind for your photoshoot.
Some locations require permits, especially when photographs will promote a product or service. If the location is a public place and only minimal photography equipment is necessary, I can usually get away with shooting without a permit (although some places may ask us to leave). Clients are responsible for paying any permit fees. Fees range from $50.00 to $1000.00, depending on the location.
If a location has an entry fee, you will be responsible for my admission as well as for the admission of my assistant.
TIME OF DAY
When shooting on location, time of day is an important consideration. The best time to shoot outdoors is around sunrise or sunset. Alternatively, we can shoot at any time on overcast days. If we will be shooting in the middle of the day when the sun is high in the sky, we will need to use shaded areas (for example, tall buildings or mature trees) or we can shoot at a café or restaurant.