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Getting In Touch

Q: I would like to have some photos taken of my car(s), how do I set up an appointment?

A: Contact Isaac

Q: What kind of costs are we talking about?

A: $300 for a standard photo shoot within 45 miles of Brighton, MI per car. Additional services, prints, and distance is included in the final bill.

 

 

Site Rules

Q: Can I save your images, and post them on my site, or on other forums/blogs etc.?

A: You can save the images, you cannot use the images on any site without my written consent. You can, however, post links to my site. My logo must also remain.

Q: Can I, buy or have the full resolution images?

A: To a certain degree. This site is dedicated to hi-resolution images already. Until I have a system set up; Send your requests to my email. I can provide the full resolution images to individual clients upon request.

Gear

Q: What camera do you use?

A: My first camera was a Sony Cybershot DSC-F717; a 5 Megapixel camera. With further updates, "new" images will be uploaded from this camera. This camera is currently out of service. I was using a Canon EOS 20D; an 8.2 megapixel SLR until Summer 2008, I am now using the Canon EOS 40D.

Q: What lenses do you use?

A: I currently use the Canon EF-S 18-55mm and Quantaray 1:4.5-6.7 100-300mm lenses, and Canon 28-135 F3.5-5.6 IS

Q: Do you have any other gear?

A: Tripod, mini-tripod, Circular Polarizer, UV filter

 

 

 or here, and Via AIM

Q: I want you to cover an event, will you do it?

A: Contact me, and perhaps I can

Q: I would like to see you take more pictures of a certain car, can you?

A: I can't be asked to take photos of everything... and many of my sightings are just that.  I simply cannot please everybody.

Q: I don't see a phone number, or your name. What's up?

A: As the mighty Interwebs go, I'll have more direct communications in private

Miscellaneous

Q: Why are the license plates erased?

A: Some people wish to remain anonymous, and it is easier not to try to guess who. Some have requested plates to be published... again, it is difficult to remember. There are some great ones out there!

Q: Where are you located?

A: Southeast Michigan

 

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