|I'm sure there are a few quesions you either want to ask, or perhaps information that I can provide to help you understand how our service works, so here's some FAQ's which I hope will be helpfull.|
Q. How do I book a session?
Either call us on 07918 687 624, or fill in the booking form online. In either case we will need to confirm the date & time as well as have a discussion about your bike and any particular details we need to know.
Q. Who is the photographer?
Ian Daisley owns and runs the studio and will be your photographer. He has an excellent reputation for the quality of his work and attention to detail.
Q. How long will the studio session last?
Typically about 2 hours, although it does depend on the bike we are photographing and any preparation you need to do one you get here. It's best to allow around 3 hours from arrival to departure.
Q. What if it's raining?
We have a small area outside the building that is sheltered and this will allow you to wipe the bike down. After that you can use the studio area to finish off and make sure it is ready for photography. If you don't want to bring your bike over in the rain then please ring asap and we can re-schedule for another date.
Q. Do you have any cleaning materials.
Yes, we have cloths, polish, wax and other cleaning materials that you are welcome to use to give your bike a nice finish and remove any dirt picked up on your journey.
Q. What preparation should I do?
Well, apart from giving your bike a thorough clean you may also want to consider removing certain items when you get here. For example, wing mirrors, tax disk holders, number plates etc. We will remove some of these during the editing stage so you have a few images where they don't show. This creates a really clean picture, but it is unlikely that we will be able to do this on all your images so any help that you can do to begin with help.
Q. Can I bring a friend.
Q. Do I have to stay for the photo shoot?
No, not if you don't want to. If you have come with someone else and you want to go off and explore the area then that's fine.
Q. Can you photograph more than one bike at a time.
It depends on the size of the bike and what sort of image you want. If you want a finished image that has 2 or more bikes then we can usually do this by putting images together at the editing stage. If you want the bike to have a certain amount of overlap then this has to be done at the time we capture the image. In this case we can only usually manage 2 bikes at a time.