Getting the best photography for your creative project can mean working with a third-party photographer. Here’s how to get the best result from commissioned photography.
Most designers consider themselves jacks-of-all-creative-trades, happy to knock out an image, video, or design at the drop of a client’s hat. However, some projects call for the finesse offered by specialists – and creative photography is probably the biggest outsourcing service that design studios will buy in.
But the meeting of two creative minds – and a minefield of image usage issues – means art directors and designers need to ensure they find and use a professional snapper.
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