In the first place, a photography brief helps compile information for the photographer. As a result, this information helps the photographer by giving them information regarding the photographs you require.
WHAT THE PHOTOGRAPHER NEEDS
The boring stuff
Your company name and address, this is so they know who is commissioning the work. Together with the responsible person that the photographer will have contact with, this includes contact details.
In light of your requirements, what do you want to use the images for (print, web)? Moreover, what is the date/time the photo shoot is to take place? In addition, have you a list of the images required. Accordingly, if the shoot is outside is there a plan for bad weather? In this case, do you require the images in landscape or portrait, in high resolution or low-resolution imagery?
The essential details
In any event now for the meat of this blog. When did you think about the images you wanted what did you consider? As can be seen, the thoughts that you had are important and should be shared with the photographer.
Overall, are you looking for a particular style for your images? As an illustration, do you have you some examples of what you are looking for? At the same time, do you have links to these images?
Consequently, do you have a message that you want to convey in the image(s)? As a result, does the photographer need to leave space in the image for a logo or branding?
Likewise, what is the lighting like at the location., will the shots require lighting equipment?
The important stuff for the Photography Brief
Therefore, what is the deadline for the images and how do you want to receive them?
For more information Contact Martin he will be happy to discuss your requirements.