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Edd Scorpio

Photography · Port Colborne Ontario Canada

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2 ratings
80 jobs completed

Photographs capture a moment in time – or can take us back in time. They make us stand in awe of nature, marvel at an artisan’s creation, share the depth of feeling in a moment…or simply smile at a fond memory. I try to share my journey, my vision, through the lens of my camera. It seems everyone thinks they’re a photographer these days – how many of them really SEE the bigger picture? I am available for photo shoots on location; pricing, scheduling and travel are considered for each project. Editorial, Commercial, Architectural, Fashion, Entertainment, Lifestyle…etc. Let me know what you’re trying to capture & convey and I will create that image! If you are an artist and wish to make prints of your paintings, I can shoot those for you and provide them optimized on a CD or your external drive, ready to print. A professional Stylist (hair, makeup, wardrobe) is available on request as is a professional Chef/Food Stylist is also available for Restaurant, Catering or other Food Service related businesses. Charges for a stylist are extra. Located in Port Colborne (Ontario, Canada), I have easy access to the Niagara Region, Hamilton, Haldimand & Norfolk Counties. Of course, travel beyond those areas is also available - time/budget permitting.

Edd Scorpio's Overall Rating

"Please make sure to follow our photography guidelines more closely in the future"

uecanada x 2018-01-25

"1. CROP MISSED-- Single-dish items are shot way too close. There is no buffer. Grubhub is looking for shots of food with breathing room around the dish at an approximate 50/50 ratio (food to background). 2. PERSPECTIVE MISSED-- Single-dish menu items should be shot from a more natural perspective. Ideally, the angle should not exceed 60 degrees. The only photo that should be shot overhead is the hero shot. 3. 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 2019-10-14