This is post 6 of a series of 10, in a series detailing important aspects to hiring an architectural photographer while avoiding the most common pitfalls.
6. MINIMIZE YOUR COSTS.
A good photographer will understand your needs and help you come up with a solution that fits your budget. There are many ways to keep costs reasonable and this should be discussed with your photographer, for example:
1. Shop locally if you can. By avoiding travel expenses, you save money and promote the local economy.
2. Bundle shoots together. If you can combine several projects to be shot at the same time, your photographer should be able to give you a better deal.
3. Use fewer and better views. Carefully consider the shots you need in order to save money. If unsure, your photographer will have a good idea of what shots will best tell the story of your project. Ask them to make recommendations.
4. Keep the bottom line in mind. How much money are you likely to make with these images? How many projects can they help you win?