We are looking forward to working with you!
Below are a few important items we wanted to share with you as well as our process before begin pre-production on your shoot.
Please let us know if you have any questions!
Cameron + Team
Phase 1 - Pre-Production
Initial Inquiry/Availability Discussion
Creative Direction Call/Meeting
Production Estimate Submitted
Invoice Submitted for Production Deposit
Production Deposit Received (Required to Confirm Shoot)
Production Agreement Signed by Client and Countersigned by Photographer
Shoot Date Officially Held and Crew Booked (Rain Day Option Held If Applicable)
Secondary Creative Direction & Logistics Call/Meeting
Gear & Auxiliary Services Booked (Catering, Mobile Glam, Crew, Production/Equip)
Phase 2 - Production
Location Advance/Prelight Day (If Applicable)
Upon Wrap: Zero Out Location/Studio
Phase -3 Post Production
Full Shoot Edited & Contact Sheet Link Provided
Retouch on Selects from Best Shots
Download Link of Retouched Selects Provided
Invoice Submitted for Production Balance
Production Balance Received
Retouched Images & Assets Shipped via Hard Drive
Follow Up/Additional Retouch/Adjustments if Needed
Archive All Final Assets
The deposit is 50% of the costs line itemed in the production estimate and full costs on travel expenses and per diem for the crew.
The Deposit is due on or before shoot day. If a Deposit is not received on or before the shoot day, the shoot will be placed on hold. This will result in hold fees for the photographer and applicable crew/location/production/travel expenses.
If a shoot is cancelled before the deposit has been received and it is less than 72 hours before the shoot, this will result in cancellation fees for the photographer and applicable crew/location/production/travel expenses. Fees are dependent on number of days held.
If a shoot is cancelled after the deposit has been received and it is less than 72 hours before the shoot, the client will forfeit their deposit.
If a shoot is cancelled after the deposit has been received this will result in half of the deposit being refunded to the client.
If a shoot needs to be rescheduled, it can be done. However, it will result in hold fees for the photographer and applicable crew/location/production/travel expenses. Fees are dependent on number of days held.