Commercial Photography Services
So you’re considering getting some photos taken, huh? That’s awesome! We’re glad you came to TRG Reality to learn more about the photography process and what you’ll need to get your project off on the right foot.
When it comes to a photo project, the decisions you make in the beginning of the process will affect the entirety of the project. The last thing we want is for you to have to needlessly spend extra money because of changes made in the final hour. As a premier photography studio in Cleveland, we can guide you through the photography process so that you don’t have to worry about any overages and so your project runs as smoothly as possible.
Here Are Two Things You'll Need To Create Your Next Photography Project
We want your project to go perfectly, which is why we’ve put together this photo project checklist to help you get everything together before work begins. In order for us to provide an accurate estimate, we'll need some information from you.
- What type of photo shoot do you need?
- What's on your shot list?
When it comes to your project, costs can easily mount as details are added, ideas are changed, scale is increased, and time ticks away; however, we understand that it is tremendously important to our clients to remain within budget while we produce the best product for their needs. We pride ourselves in providing solutions for our clients, and that includes passing along useful information to help you save the most money possible without sacrificing the quality of your project. Whether you are working with a different studio or with us, here are some money-saving tips to keep in mind throughout your project to help you get the best bang for your buck.
For years we’ve used our Canon 5D Mark III as the second video camera, as well as our primary still camera for locations. But, after 250,000-plus shutter cycles, the Canons are getting a little long in the tooth and our team of Cleveland photographers needed an upgrade. Unsurprisingly, the new Sony sparked an interesting discussion: when we upgrade our Canon bodies, should we stick with Canon, or should we move to Sony?
Questions About Your Next Photography Project?