Event photography has many uses for the Savvy Event Planner. You can use photos to advertise and market an event. Promote your speakers and sponsors. Photographs may be part of your printed materials and website. Plus the value of images in your social media distribution helps create buzz.
In this episode, Jules Clifford shares insights to help your photographer capture the images you need. Specializing in association event photography, Jules is the official photographer for ASAE, PMPI, PCMA, HIP, Destination DC and many others.
From questions to ask before you contract, to on-site insights that make everyone's job easier, this episode covers:
What Event Planners Should Know Before Hiring An Event Photographer…
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By the end of this interview you will learn:
- The importance of a well-thought out RFP.
- What must be spelled out in a photographer's contract.
- Why your photographer needs a detailed shot list.
- How to set up a shot list.
- Figuring out time frames for photographers.
- The importance of a contact person.
- Why you should communicate how the pictures will be used.
- Questions you should ask the photographer before you hire.
- What you should know about image redundancy.
- Equipment questions you should ask.
- What you should ask about equipment redundancy.
- How to determine the number of photographers you will need.
- The importance of a locked room.
- Things you must remember when working with event photographers.
- Why you should listen to your suppliers and vendors.
- The value of partnering with a proven supplier.
Links and resources from this interview:
Jules' email: Jules@epnac.com
Jules' Phone: 703-863-2855
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