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Topic # 116623 4-May-2013 21:39
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I am looking for a professional business photographer in Wellington, for a photo session this week of 6th May. This is to be commissioned/directed by an American company on behalf of Google (this means they pay for it, I just have to appear in the photo).

Any suggestions, experiences?






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  Reply # 811364 4-May-2013 21:43
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  Reply # 811387 4-May-2013 22:25
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Mike Clare, who happens to be a member here. Robert Cato. Check NZIPP.org.nz for qualified professionals, and the aipp. Lots of people call themselves commercial photographers, few are. Mike has twenty years experience, check him out, Robert isn't far behind in experience. Chris Coad. Nick Servian is great.




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  Reply # 811388 4-May-2013 22:27
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Simon Elwell, Inspire Photography (.co.nz) Great photographer and extremely easy person to get on with.



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Reply # 827125 28-May-2013 15:40
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freitasm: I am looking for a professional business photographer in Wellington, for a photo session this week of 6th May. This is to be commissioned/directed by an American company on behalf of Google (this means they pay for it, I just have to appear in the photo).

Any suggestions, experiences?




Perhaps next time you could look for a Trusted Photographer for a Google Business Photos photoshoot...

http://www.google.co.nz/intl/en/help/maps/businessphotos/get-started.html

You could be in the photos,  but they would have to blur your face 





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  Reply # 827164 28-May-2013 16:22
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They're certified as able to create those panoramas, but that's about as far as the recommendation goes, as I read it.




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  Reply # 1008501 18-Mar-2014 22:08
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Has not Robert Catto moved to Oz...

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  Reply # 1008971 19-Mar-2014 13:52
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I haven't seen Rob around for a while, no idea if he's moved though.




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