Photography

I would like to commission one of your photographers for a PR event?

If you hope to get coverage of a PR event in the media, who better to use to try and achieve that goal than a genuine news trained photographer with an eye for the kind of detail which a busy picture desk may be looking for.

Not only can we shoot, edit and send out images on your behalf, we can also make them available using our online image archives.

At no extra cost, we can set up your own password protected gallery for you – or your colleagues – to download your images exactly when you need them.

We can also supply them by email or CD.

One hour hire: £80
Two hour hire: £150
Half Day hire: (three – four hours) £220
Full Day hire
(five – eight hours)
£325
Overnight job (special arrangement) £600
Out of hours (before 7am, after 7pm, Saturdays,
Sundays or Public Holidays)
£50 additional fee

Please factor in the photographer’s likely travel time to the length of the hire as well as 30 minutes to an hour for editing. Our fees include mileage for the  first 25 miles. Thereafter expenses are charged at 40p per mile. Orders inclusive of one year licence for editorial use and two years for internal company use. All commissions must be confirmed in writing before work commences.

All fees are subject to VAT.

To book a commission or discuss your requirements, please call us on 0131 561 2235, or email [email protected]

You may also be interested in finding out more about our specialist Video services.

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