Selecting a professional photographer is not an easy task; interviewing potential photographers can be intimidating and frustrating. The list below details questions you should ask potential vendors:
CT McGhee Photography, LLC. carries business, equipment and liability insurance.
Post Production or Development Style
A significant factor in how your pictures will look is the style of post-production that the photographer employs. Post production is time-consuming and is done after color correction is completed. Reviewing images straight out of the camera will not give you a good idea of what your final image will represent. Each and every client should take the time to select which styles of post-production they like which we use to then post-produce their images.
What type of camera equipment do you use?
I use professional camera bodies and lenses from Nikon, Tamron, and Sigma. I use off camera lighting to control the exposure.
How soon after the event or session can I view my images?
Based upon experience, we have developed a consistent production schedule in order to deliver an amazing product in an exceptionally quick timeframe. This schedule can be seen below:
- 2-3 Weeks for Engagement, Family, Newborn, Anniversary Photography Sessions.
- 5-6 Weeks for Weddings and Receptions.
Can I just get the digital files instead of printed art?
Digital files are available to the client as an option when purchasing printed art. Digital files provided are suitable for social media and will not print any larger than 8"x10" in size. A media release form is provided limiting the size to 8"x10"; professional photographic processing labs should require a media release form to print watermarked images.