by Lindsay Dobson Published 01/06/2014
The fine art side of the business developed in direct response to successes at competition level and interest from clients wanting a more dramatic and formal wall piece. These photographs are usually low key and quite a lot of time is invested in perfecting all of the details. All of our shoots start off as a classic location session and if the client has expressed an interest in a fine art piece I'll do my best to create one somewhere in the session - the client is also made aware that due to the additional retouching there will usually be a premium attached to the image.
Where animal photography is concerned it's important that clients have realistic expectations - we can't always predict what kind of photographs we'll capture. The best clients are those who are happy to go with the flow and enjoy whatever unfolds.
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