currently available for wedding
photography (small event and reception); senior,
family and other portraits, artistic photography, glamour and product.
If you have a specific need not address on this webpage, please contact
documents of interest (Adobe PDF):
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current fee schedule, click here.
TFP (Time for Print) Guidelines - Trade
been some confusion about what I offer in exchange for TFP/CD, so here are
some rough guidelines:
Bringing an escort to a TFP
shoot is acceptable. However, the model is responsible for the
escort. Any disrespect, disruption or other inappropriate behavior
on behalf of the escort will result in the termination of the shoot.
Images from the shoot in unedited, web-size resolution
will be posted in a private gallery for the purposes of preview and
The model will be given the
option of selecting 3 images for full editing. These three images will
be offered in print resolution and a convenient web resolution. Web
images may be tagged.
Physical paper prints can be
made, but the price of printing is NOT included under the TFP/CD
agreement. If you need prints for a book, please contact me for further details.
Do NOT ask me for the RAW
images from a shoot. I realize that some photographers are okay with the
practice of sharing RAW files - I am not. If you have a special purpose
in mind that requires use of one of my RAWs, then we can talk.
No one is authorized to
photograph one of my concepts without permission (this primarily applies
to "escorts".) If I see an escort using a disposable camera, cell phone
or other "camera", consider the shoot over and the contract nullified.
It's just rude!
Please do not ask me for ALL
of the images unless we have discussed such an arrangement in advance. I
make judgment calls in post-processing. If a shot is sub-par, I'm not
going to release it for use.
I do not share copyright when
shooting trade. This may seem unfair, but there's nothing stopping a
client from robbing me blind if I surrender copyright. I am a flexible
person. If you are willing to offer a profit share or other means of
compensation, then we can discuss "shared" arrangements.
Other arrangements may be
made, but any deviation from these guidelines will be fully discussed
prior to a TFP shoot taking place.
guidelines in this section are subject to change at any time.