Freelance photographer and Guild member Tim Scrivener has launched a new website – agriphoto.com – designed to make purchasing one of his first-class images a quick and easy process.
“All my images are available to view on the website and then there is a pricing mechanism that takes account of how any purchased images will be used,” Tim explains. “It’s much easier and better for someone to look through a selection for a suitable image than try to describe to me what they want.”
Tim, who is based near Stamford, Lincs, has supplied creative agricultural images for the past 25 years and is a regular contributor to leading agricultural titles Farmers Weekly and Farmers Guardian, as well as international newspapers and magazines. He also supplies a number of public relations companies and corporate clients.
“I’m used to supplying images to clients with tight deadlines,” he points out. “Using the latest Canon digital cameras and Apple Mac computers, I can send images from the location of the shoot.”
All images on the new site are filed with keywords so that picture buyers can use the full search engine function to find suitable images. Clicking on a selected image adds it to the shopping cart and brings up a menu for the buyer to add their intended usage; the site will then calculate a price for that use.
“Payment can be made by credit card – but for clients that are known to me I create a trusted client account and raise an invoice for that image use,” explains Tim, who is always open to commissions on all aspects of agriculture.”
Visit the website to contact Tim by email or use his mobile number: 07850 303986.