How to work effectively with a team.

September 29, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Gerry McIntyre Photography recently took part in a three day photoshoot with one of our long time clients, DesignMasterDesignMaster takes pride in offering amazingly versatile color sprays which can be used on unusual surfaces such as; flowers, ribbons, fabrics, glassware, potter, and much more. This product photoshoot was done on location at The Find on 16th street, just a few minutes from the Gerry McIntyre Photography studio. We worked along side an amazing team including Gretchen, Shannon, and Jodi from DesignMaster. As well as a really talented video team, Sea Stand Productions, who were shooting instructional videos of the crafters showing off the variety of applications for their many products. Needless to say, we had a full room which included our team, all of the flowers, the crafts, the film crew, the designers and everyone's equipment.

Working with a big crew is a lot of fun, but it is really important to be aware of how you and your work are affecting everyone in the room. When the video crew calls action; the whole set needs to be quiet in order to produce flawless audio for the client. This puts a stop to any photography that is going on. So how do we deal with this occasional downtime? We spend this time editing and preparing the images for final delivery right on site.

 

We are very proud to say that we had this job shot, edited and delivered before we were done packing up to leave. We were retouching, building out, and uploading the final images while we were still on location with the client. Being prepared to work efficiently for our clients upgrades the service we can offer, and we also like to think that these types of persona services and the quality of our work is why our clients continue to come back to Gerry McIntyre Photography. 

 

Here are a few of the shots we got from the DesignMaster shoot last week…


Shannon Hydrangea 132Shannon Hydrangea 132 Waxed Box 430Waxed Box 430 Jodi Sell The Palet 197Jodi Sell The Palet 197 Water Color Ribbon 218Water Color Ribbon 218

 

 

 


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