Event Photography FAQs
1. Why choose kansubimages for my event?
2.What is the basis of your pricing?
The pricing is based upon the level of effort and equipment that it takes to photograph and edit the pictures before delivering it to you. A two hour photo session roughly yields 250 -275 pictures. These are processed in an image editing program like Lightroom for about two hours by the photographer and then backed up and exported out to be uploaded to the Zenfolio site before they are ready. An event generates about 2+ GB of processed images. All said and done, the two hour photoshoot is a level of effort of about 6 hours, including travel to/from the location.
3.How do I book a photoshoot? How far in advance?
Please use the contact us link on the webpage, send an email to email@example.com or text/call (469) 645-8439 to confirm availability and request a booking with a date/time/exact address.
Booking will be confirmed via email. Once your session is booked, you will receive an email and a Google Calendar invite with the date, time and location of your event. Dates during summer get filled up quickly so please book early to avoid disappointments.
4.What can I expect on event day?
A team of one/two photographers will arrive at location 15 minutes prior to start time to setup soft boxes, equipment and verify lighting. They will take turns working the floor for the contracted hours to get the images during the event. At the conclusion of the event the wind-down takes about 15 minutes. Payment by cash/check is due at that time. If the event runs over 15 minutes of contracted time, prorated charges will be assessed. These will be informed to the client at the end of the contracted time. A typical ½ hour overage costs $50 and will yield about 30 more pictures.
5.What kind of images can I expect?
Typical event photography covers the following:
6.When will you deliver the images and how?
Images will be delivered via email as a password protected link to the clients within an average of 24 hours. They will be summarily edited for white balance, color correction and cropping.