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Bonnie and Brad Turner

Photography and Videography · San Marcos Texas United States

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3 ratings
124 jobs completed
Projects starting at $250

B Turner Photography is a TX based photography and videography business operated by Bonnie and Brad Turner. We are very easy to work with, and work hard to create exciting and natural images to capture your memories with an emphasis on high quality results. We offer a wide array of photography and video services for you or your business!

Bonnie and Brad Turner's Overall Rating

"Do not photograph parked car. Please move the car around."

Turo 2016-04-19

"1. PERSPECTIVE MISSED-- Single-dish menu items should be shot from a more natural perspective. Ideally, the angle should not exceed 60 degrees. 2. INCONSISTENT CROPPING-- please make sure you are maintaining a consistent 50/50 ratio (food to background) in every shot. Half of the shots have a proper crop, half are shot too close. We need to make sure the food is filling the same amount of frame across the board. 3. HERO SHOT MISSED-- Make sure you are not laying the dishes symmetrically. Use side dishes and utensils to close gaps, but make sure they don’t overtake the table. Dishes should look like a server just placed them on the table, naturally. 4. NEEDS PROPS-- Next time, try to include props such as utensils, napkins, drinks, side dishes, etc to communicate size and proportion. Implementing more propping in the frame will allow images to look less static and give diners more perspective."

Grubhub Manager 2019-10-28

"Hi Brad, these are beautiful photos, great time of day to be shooting. However, they will unfortunately be greatly cropped. Please review the latest version of our style guide for required framing for proper website display. Couple other notes: "Ext-4" has incorrect focus, please watch. "Int3" has some colored fringing/ chromatic aberrations, please fix next time. We will accept this time. In addition, to make things easier, we've eliminated "ext/int," per the new naming convention. I will re-send the up to date guide for further reference. Please let me know if you any questions or would like further clarification. - Michelle"

Turo 2016-06-23