Eddie Jag Media

Eddie Jag Media

5.0 (9)
2 employees
6 years in business

About this pro

Over the past 6 years, I have had the pleasure of being a portrait photographer. I pride myself in focusing on capturing raw emotions through imagery. I also specialize in commercial photography, corporate videography, and drone videography. My passion for photography has spilled over into the field of videography. If you decide to work together, I can guarantee you that every ounce of passion and dedication I have for my own work, will be carried over to yours. It is my job to understand your vision for the project and make it into a stunningly beautiful reality.

I love being part of the creative process of working on photography and videography. In order to achieve a client's vision, we always have to take into account what artistic liberties we have to take. Merging that with the clients ideas creates a beautiful product through a gratifying process.

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Credentials

Studio City, CA 91604
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9 Reviews

5.0

  • André P.

    Eddie was super flexible and attentive when photographing my wedding. We gave him very short notice, but he was able to quickly understand what we were looking for and took some really great pictures! He is very easy to talk to and professional about his work! We felt like we hit the jackpot!

  • Chandler H.

    Eddie is the fucking man when it comes to photography. We hired him to take extensive party photos for our high profile Halloween event and he did a excellent job. I think the fact Eddie has seen all walks of life gives him a great eye to understand how things really need to be photographed.

  • David W.

    I worked with Ed for a professional headshot and highly recommend him for his professionalism and creative eye. The photo turned out great!

  • Luis M.

    I had a very good experience with Eduardo. He was super professional in every moment. His price is one of the best for LA. My agency and I loved his photos. I even got jobs after this session. We took our photos in a park and I can tell that he is very good with natural light.


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

First we decide the location for the project. If you want to do studio work, I will offer some options for rental. Once we have the location, we book the date and I will send you a confirmation email. After that we meet up on shoot day and began the project. Once the shoot is over I send all the photos for the client to chose the ones he wants edited and delivered for the final agreed upon amount of photos. After that I edit and deliver the final high res photos via dropbox. I allow up to 2 re-edits per photo depending if you want something changed.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Over 7 years of professional photography from New York, LA, Barcelona, and Brazil.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

My pricing for photography is 100$/hr. Minimum for shoots is 2 hour booking time. Each hour of shooting time entitles you to 10 fully edited high res final photos. To purchase an additional 10 edited photos at 50$ and so on.


How did you get started in this business?

During college I got into photographing. I took classes and did internships on the subject. After graduating I have been doing professional work ever since.


What types of customers have you worked with?

Everything from retail business to famous musicians. I have done most types of photography there is. From product to real estate to headshots and events.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I'm currently working on a project that involves expressing my roots from Brazil. It is unreleased but will be unveiled in December. I'm excited to incorporate my country's culture and colors.


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Be sure the photographer actually cares about YOUR work. I am one of the few in my industry that always offers money back guarantee based on your happiness with the final product I deliver to you. I will never do a project I don't feel I can succeed in and execute to the client's vision.


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

How many photos you'd like? The setting of your project? How much creative juice you want from the photographer as opposed to a set specific vision? How you'd like the final product to look? What are your overall goals for the project?