Pricing or not photography services on a website is always a source of much debate among professional photographers.

In that matter, you will find below the starting prices to my services. Those first information will already give you the idea if my costs matches with your budget or not.

All my pricing includes photography and post-production. My fees are all-inclusive and there are no hidden costs.

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Agata Fine Crystals Gallery, Bangkok

Hospitality Photography

360 photo at Flatiron by Meridian in Phnom Penh

360-Degree Photography

Fashion model during the fashion show

Event Phography

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Additional Infos & Costs

Per-Image Rate

Most professional photographers work with a per-image rate – as I do.

In comparison with a per-hour or daily rate, a per-image rate puts no pressure on a photographer’s shoulders to take the best shots, giving the necessary time and preparation. The benefit to the client is that you only pay for the final photos, regardless of how much time the photographer spent taking the photographs.

Travel times and expenses

Unless you have a professional photographer based in your neighborhood, a professional photographer will have to travel to the client’s place, and this expense will be at the client’s account. You will need to provide accommodation, meals and transportation to the photographer for the photo shooting.

How long a photo shooting will take

Taking a corporate photo isn’t straightforward as some people can expect. Taking one shot for a professional photographer can take up to 1 hour. Setting a tripod, composing/staging a frame, finding the best shooting settings, light conditions and many other aspects, are critical to ensure that a professional photographer will have captured THE shots he/she wants before taking them into post-production.

However, for photo shooting with high-end hotels, restaurants and corporate spaces, professional photographers will use a “call sheet” document. This type of document aims to organize a photo shoot such as the start time, shooting time per locations, ‘what’ or ‘who’ needs to be involved and breaks times.

Organizing a photo shoot must be very well scheduled. For example and when taking photos in a hotel lobby, we don’t want to create an inconvenience for the hotel guests during check-in/checkout times.

Post-Production Fees

Depends on the professional photographer you are working with, some photographers may add a post-production fee to their projects – according to the number of photos they will need to edit.

All the post-production fees are included in the rates of my work.

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Georges Rhumerie & Restaurant, Siem Reap

About Julien Thomas

I shot and edit each photo myself, this ensure that you are getting my full experience for your project.
I work with a full-frame DSLR, only take RAW shots, I have several lenses and some light equipment to get the best shots according to the situations.

I always find my own inspiration after looking at a hotel room, bathroom, etc., getting a first feeling for the place and considering potential shooting angles before getting my camera on board.

I work on post-production with some licensed Adobe software. I don’t have much to say on this part, other than I prefer to edit my photos in 16 bits. All professional photographers have their own style and talent when shooting and editing.

Professional photography is kinda like cooking!

If your ingredients/RAW shoots aren't great, your dish/final photos may have been better.
Also, if you're not talented in cooking/editing your photos.. this is another story!