Roy HubbardPhotographer Male New York, New York, US
My Website: Photography of Roy HubbardMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/rhubbard
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I'm looking to build a team of talented, like-minded artists with the passion and ambition to take their work to the next level. If you're a hairstylist, makeup artist or wardrobe designer looking to collaborate, don't hesitate to get in touch.
I am a photographer with experience shooting both in-studio and on location. I use film more often than digital these days, but still use both regularly. I am willing to shoot TFP only on projects that will enhance my portfolio, or at the request of anyone I collaborate with regularly. Please inquire about my rates if you'd like assistance building your portfolio or setting up a shoot.
My goal is to execute creative concepts that require planning and effort. Along these lines, I'm only interested in working with individuals who are serious and can be relied upon to follow through. Let's work hard together and create some amazing work!
Please keep the following in mind when we work together
I treat trade work with the same seriousness as I do paid assignments. Please allow up to 30 days from the day of the shoot to receive final photos. This time allows for any developing, scanning, retouching, musing over, scrapping or losing sleep over that may be necessary to attain the final result.
Files can be delivered via Dropbox or FTP (or whatever, just ask). I don't mail hard copies on disc, and I do not under any circumstances deliver unretouched or RAW photos.
Number of photos
I don't shoot a thousand takes during the average session. I prefer to go into a shoot with a clear vision and focus on getting quality photos. It's better to get a few great shots you can actually use than it is to get 20 mediocre ones.
I don't mind if you bring a friend along, but please be aware that any disruptive persons will be asked to leave the set immediately. If there's any further difficulty, the shoot is over and any previously agreed-upon terms are forfeit. It just isn't possible to foster a productive, creative atmosphere in the presence of drama.