To discuss your requirements with me (Ben Nichols Photography) for your drone surveying, building site photography, packshot photography, UK landscape photography or any other photography project you’d like to talk about further, please get in touch.
Email email@example.com to get a free quote for your project, and to discuss your requirements or complete the form with your details.
You can be provided with a portfolio of my work for the relevant area you’re interested in which will give you a feel for the work previously done, how Ben works and what your finished photography could look like.
Once you have provided all the information required to quote you for your project, you’ll receive a free, no-obligation quote that will give you an idea of what you will receive and what that will cost. We can discuss the logistics of the project, and how it could work.
I also offer a free drone consultation for aerial photography so that you can identify if what I can offer meets your needs. I will detail the requirements of the drone, the health and safety implications. As a CAA approved drone operator you can rest assured you’re in experienced hands.
Once you have submitted the basic details, I will arrange to meet with you, look at the site, or the products that will be photographed and discuss your requirements in more detail.
Meeting face-to-face is important because we can make sure that what you need is translated well into the brief and what will be reflected in the final product. It allows me to get a feel for the land or the product I’ll be photographing.
For drone work – we will need to check that there are no restrictions on flying the drone, and so will need to do an offsite site survey. Once we’ve received the all clear that it’s OK to fly, we can set a date.
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