Your Industrial Photography Needs Covered
From construction site managers to industry workers, drivers and miners – I work with all manner of people on-site to get the very best photography for your business and bring your brand’s story to life.
Safety and security are integral to everything I do on photo shoots, especially on industrial sites with large machinery and moving parts. From induction processes to following your site’s OH&S rules and regulations, to being fully insuranced and having my own construction white card, my years of experience on industrial sites will give you peace of mind.
Having shot on many sites, I understand the importance of pre-planning and communication about what’s needed, the time on site required, and the importance of communicating with your team to get the right shot.
I get the right shot fast with minimal impact on workflow, because I understand the potential costs of stopping a large loader or dump truck to complete an industrial photoshoot. I’ll work with your team to maximise our time together and work within your requirements to get the perfect pictures or videos.
Professional Industrial Photography Made Simple
Whilst each client has unique requirements, here’s a guide to how I would work with you on your project:
Discuss requirements and provide a quote for approval.
Site inspection and safety briefing. Meet relevant site people.
Shoot on site according to usual protocols and working conditions.
Receive image proofs for selection within 24hrs of shoot completion.
Choose shots to be delivered with blemish removal, colour, contrast and lighting balance applied and uploaded to a secure online storage for delivery.
Receive full high-resolution images that you can download and choose various sizes that suit your needs.
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