A portrait photographer was approached by a company to shoot industrial product photography on a studio backdrop. Craig Oppenheimer helped the photographer to negotiate the project since the scope differed from their contracts for portraiture.
We recently extended the licensing of images from a hotel shoot for a third time. While this by itself is not uncommon, there were many other interesting facets of the negotiation. So I thought it would be useful to share for photographers grappling with similar situations.
A large medical device manufacturer needed a brand narrative, health care, and technology photographer for images of their new device being used by five talent. Producer Bryan Sheffield helped the photographer quote the campaign for 20 images to be used for 10 years after the first use.
For photographer Chris Edwards, his artistic approach shines through both his portraiture and interior photography. He came to Wonderful Machine to help highlight his eye for aesthetics and design across his entire brand.
Producer Bryan Sheffield aids a photographer in estimating a project for a restaurant group’s advertising campaign. The client needed a specialist in portraiture as well as food/drink in order to highlight the restaurant’s chefs along with their creations.
Philadelphia sports/fitness photographer Steve Boyle asked us to curate two galleries on his website for recent campaigns with Herbalife and an Esports gaming team. Working with photo editor Andrew Souders, the edit balances these vastly different projects with the others in his portfolio.
Bryan Sheffield, Craig Oppenheimer 20 December 2022
Craig Oppenheimer and Bryan Sheffield recently worked together on a dynamic campaign for The Leading Hotels of the World. Producing a combination of stills and video, they collaborated with three photographers to capture four resort locations around the globe.
An interior design firm needed a NYC-based photographer to capture pictures of their work on a celebrity client’s home. Producer Bryan Sheffield helped the photographer quote the project and schedule the shoot for a beautiful autumn day.
Auburn, California photographer Wil Matthews lives in the fast lane, as he travels the country shooting motorsport events of all kinds. He came to Wonderful Machine for help connecting with the automotive brands that sponsor and support this fast-moving industry.
Seeking to reconnect with agents who lost touch during the pandemic, Brooklyn, N.Y.-based food photographer Ghazalle Badiozamani was ready to find a rep. Wonderful Machine’s Eloísa García helped her build a tasteful campaign to send to agencies.
Bryan Sheffield aided a NYC-based photographer in building an estimate for a multi-day shoot with a large financial institution. After the agency determined the shoot days needed an adjustment, Bryan reworked the estimate to better suit the client’s needs.
In our SEO Audit for Joe Schmelzer, our specialist Ashley Vaught found a number of things to address. He focuses the SEO Implementation on writing new metadata and seeing results in Joe’s rankings and Google Analytics reports.
While Vancouver offers architectural photographer Jeremy Segal a host of clients in its ever-growing skyline, he reached out to Wonderful Machine to find hospitality contacts in the city and metropolitan area.
Burlington, Vermont photographer Oliver Parini was in the market for new clients with a focus on New England area travel. He consulted photo editor Honore Brown to help with the presentation and organization of his website in order to draw the right audience.