All images taken are edited and individually prepared post event to the highest standards, at no extra cost. However, important media shots can be sent to the client straight after the event for publication.
I am afraid I do not supply unedited images straight from the camera. It is my belief, that even if an image is taken correctly, all digital images still need some sort of post production, i.e. white balance adjustment, sharpening, and generally making the images vibrant and looking good.
My policy is quality over quantity; my image compositions are considered, selected and edited, so that they may be suitable to be used in all types of publications, websites and literature. I do not offer, nor provide endless shots taken of the same incident. I will choose the best composition, and usable image from any set of images, and provide this for my clients use.
It is for these reasons that I ask anyone booking my services, to allow me time post event, to work on the images. I will endeavour to supply all the best images from my coverage in a timely fashion.
Subject to requirements, (image size and quantities), images can be supplied using any of the following methods for clients, publications or designers to use:
Facilitates the sharing of various file sizes, for publication and avoids limits on clients email systems.
Email or FTP
Subject to requirements, images can be emailed, or uploaded by FTP.
Password Protected Online Gallery
Subject to requirements, images can be loaded to your own password protected online gallery, where clients, publications or designers, are able to view and download images straight to their desktop.
The delivery methods described above are reliant on the internet. Upload and download speeds vary, from location to location and the types of systems being used. Depending on the quantity of images and file sizes required for final use, they may not always be suitable.
CD/DVD ROM High Resolution Images
I recommend that once the initial media shots have been dispatched, by any of the above methods, and particularly if there are large quantities of images involved with higher file sizes, that you choose the images to be delivered on CD/DVD ROM.