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Contacts for associate photographers around the US

 
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Jul 03, 2010 22:52 |  #1

So; we recently had a request for an associate photographer (we typically do 2 shooters for weddings; and have a reliable very talented shooter that is more than willing to work with us if we need a spare hand; this includes traveling around the country for destination work) but we have recently had a situation where we needed a spare shooter (a year from now) and don't have someone to fill the bill that we trust their work that's available.

That being said; our price structure allows a per hour fee for an additional photographer that we use to cover airfare; accommodations etc; and it would allow us the ability to pay someone (who's work and skill we approve of) somewhere in the ball-park of $100-$125/hour per event. Our typical weddings last around 6-8 hours when we would need another shooter; I guess I'm kind of trying to get a list together of people who would be willing to lend a hand and make $600-1000 for a day's worth of work w/o needing to PP anything. fee's are negotiable of course; if you're local and don't need accommodations it wouldn't be hard to increase that hourly rate.


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