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.
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.
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.
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.
Producer Bryan Sheffield helped a NYC-based photographer negotiate a project for an interior design firm that had just finished a 3-floor redesign of the office space of a well-known social media company.
A large art museum needed an architectural, interiors, and lifestyle photographer for images of patrons enjoying their exhibits. Producer Bryan Sheffield helped the photographer quote the campaign for 30 images to be used for 5 years after the first use.
Executive Producer Craig Oppenheimer worked with a portrait photographer to produce an estimate for an ambassador apparel company. With four talent, three poses, and two looks the client needed 24 images for 1-year use, with broad usage plans for out-of-home displays.
Producer Craig Oppenheimer works with a pharmaceutical company to produce an estimate for a lifestyle shoot of talent interacting around a residential property. The client required unlimited use of all images captured in North America for one year.
A large food manufacturer needed an industrial and lifestyle photographer for images of a food manufacturing facility. The food manufacturer went to a medium-sized agency to find what they needed and Craig Oppenheimer helped the photographer quote the campaign.
An international beer brand needed lifestyle/environmental portraits for social media and web-based advertising. The beer brand went to a social media agency that already had a photographer in mind. Bryan Sheffield helped the photographer quote the campaign.
A regional hospitality brand needed still imagery and video, and after a few rounds of revisions and updates, Bryan Sheffield delivered an estimate that helped a lifestyle/architecture photographer land the job.