It's been a very busy few months for me and thus I've struggled to make the time to keep this blog up to date. I've had the opportunity to shoot in Tuscany, Italy along with trekking through the alps for 4 days and been up and down the country shooting architecture.
When receiving a quotation or invoice from a photographer, if you are new to the industry or process or even well versed in the business of photography you may come across certain terminology that you do not fully understand or that makes no sense to you whatsoever. I like to be as verbose as possible on the estimate and/or invoice to ensure nothing is lost in translation, but in some cases when dealing with multiple or large/complex projects, in order to make the estimate/invoice clean and easy to read for all parties that it may pass through, this is not possible. This article aims to explain to you in plain English what some of the more common terminology means and how it can be used
So, your most recent project may be about to complete, you're planning your budget for the next or you're looking to put some real estate on the market and it comes to thinking about how you share the space with the public. You might think - how hard can it be to take a picture of a inanimate object?