London, England, United Kingdom
Jan 29 13 08:41 am Link
New York, New York, US
when i shoot TF, the model and I sign an agreement. one of the details in the agreement is delivery of photo/s. (date & delivery method)
it is important to discuss details prior to shooting and have an agreement signed so that both parties are on the same page.
Jan 29 13 08:46 am Link
Albany, New York, US
Konnie A Stavrinou wrote:
What did the 2nd photographer tell you how long they thought it MIGHT be either prior to shooting or the day you shot?
Jan 29 13 08:54 am Link
Nottingham, England, United Kingdom
It depends with whom you shoot. Even if you have agreed a deadline or signed a Release Form stating when you'll get the images, you may not get them by then or at all in some cases.
Personally I start delivering (via email) processed images within 48hrs of the shoot finishing. usually every shot I intend to release has been sent within 7-10 days. That can be as many as 10-15 images or as few as 3-5, depending on the shoot.
The trick is to check references well in advance and contact as many models as possible and ask that specific question. Don't be in a rush to shoot TF, take your time, check that everything adds up and be selective.
BTW there are literally thousands of threads on MM about this subject.
Jan 29 13 09:14 am Link
Oakland Acres, Iowa, US
My suggestion is to talk about the deliver time frame prior to agreeing to shoot.
Jan 29 13 02:29 pm Link
Belmont, California, US
If you really want to know the average, do a search on this topic as there have been many threads, then do the math.
I usually take 2-4 weeks.
Jan 29 13 02:34 pm Link