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Paul Pannack Photography

I work with high grade studio and location equipment and guarantee the results will be of the highest standard. As to the cost, it varies according to the client and usage with copyright. I work for a few designers who are on shoe-string budgets. And I normally charge them ?25 per pack-shot when there are just one or a few needed, down to a half day or full day rate if there are many products to do. The rate is negotiable as different clients have different budgets (even for the same type of work) They are good friends and have introduced me to some new clients along the way. So it?s my belief that if I help your business grow, you will be helping mine do the same. To an extent, you get what you pay for. A high street photographer who does mainly weddings and portraits will charge you between ?50 to ?250 for a day?s product shooting. In a lot of cases, the shots are rubbish as products are very time consuming to set up and photograph properly. If you go to an advertising photographer they will charge you between ?80 to ?250 upwards per shot depending on the amount of Photoshop work the do. The argument is that they have invested many thousands of pounds on equipment, and overheads and only employ specialist still life photographers. Anyway, I don?t want to waffle. At the end of the day, you want some great pictures at the most cost effective rate. I can do that.

63 Valley Rise
Watford
Hertfordshire
WD257EY
01923680633

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