A good brief provides all the key information about your project
we will need to make logistical, technical and creative decisions.
What is the project?
Is it and event, fashion shoot, portrait shoot, products or for PR?
Where will the shoot be located?
What will the images be used for?
What are the start/finish times? (Include a full running order if applicable)
Include the name and mobile number of someone there on the day.
Who is this for?
Is this intended for your core customer base? Or a new market you are expanding into? Are the images being placed within a training document for your staff? Or even aimed at presenting your company to potential investors? Explaining who the content is intended for will help us understand your audience and better communicate your message.
If the photo shoot is outside, is there a wet weather alternative?
We’ll have a quick chat to discuss the locations.
Do you require a specific background?
What are your objectives?
What is the message you want to communicate? Do you want to inspire a call to action? Do you want to convey a fun and collaborative atmosphere between your colleagues? Are you developing new marketing materials to show off a new office space?
It’s helpful to provide some visual examples to detail. Be it a mock up of the final campaign.
What are your requirements?
Are there specific shots required? List everyone involved in the project.
Outlinining the key aims of the project will assist us in capturing each element and tying it together to create a consistent set of images. Feel free to provide some crucial ‘do not miss’ items on a shot list but where possible try to avoid an extensive list. You will get the best out of our experience and creativity if you trust our judgment.
Who can help on the day?
Assigning someone to meet us and show us around the location can be a real time saver. If you require shots of key people at an event, for example, it can be extremely helpful to have someone on hand that knows the people involved to point them out and assist in gathering people for group photographs.
Please fill out appropriate form.
PLEASE NOTE THE JOB IS NOT BOOKED UNTIL WE HAVE CONFIRMED THE DATE AND ASSIGNMENT BY EMAIL OR A PHONE CALL
FOOD & RESTAURANT PHOTOGRAPHY
FINE ART FAMILY PORTRAITURE
We recommend bringing a few choices of suits, shirts and ties if you require different looks.
We can shoot some more casual images by wearing jeans, a shirt and a jacket
Choose some natural colours and bring some along that POPS to create a completely different look
Don’t forget about shoes