Advice on Commercial Photoshoot and Composite Pricing

Started Jul 19, 2022 | Discussions thread
OP JakeWarrin Forum Member • Posts: 98
Re: Advice on Commercial Photoshoot and Composite Pricing

Dspider wrote:

i was expecting a full on factory production image with the workers "doing there job". i do your type of shot for free for clients as there is no imagination to it at all, its just a workers record shot. dance schools want them all the time for a number shot, but they are not on the same level as doing there advertising shots of a ballet class in action.


I've done some of that work for them as well. They want to use this for a billboard.

The shot it self is not overly imaginative. The main creative challenge was that I had to break down the lighting equipment every day, set it back up, stage my groups in such a way that I could composite my shot from the four different shifts, keep my alignments correct and the height of the manlift consistent to help with the overall quality of the shot. We run 24/7, so it's very challenging to get everyone in the shot at one time.

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