Grey Bug Photography

Grey Bug Photography

5.0
5 employees
4 years in business

About this pro

Who We Are  

Grey Bug is a local San Antonio TX business dedicated to providing customers with the best customer service with superior quality photography.  

What We Do  

We use a proprietary methodology to guarantee the desired results for your photography needs.  

What We Do For You  

We provide you with dedicated high-quality and professional services. Guaranteed quality and professional service or we refund your money. 

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Providing the best quality photography for customers.

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San Antonio, TX 78244
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Have something in mind. Give a good description of what you expect from the photography. Some important things to consider is the post-production. For many photographers, the post-production is the most time-consuming. The actual photography session always seems to go faster. After photographs are collected its sifting through hundreds of photographs and choosing the most impressive to produce. Giving the photographer the right amount of time to work through these will allow for better results.


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

BAMIS, MSTC, MBA, BADF


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

I will always tell customers that just because someone buys a camera, does not mean that he or she is a photographer. Understanding lighting and composition is crucial in photography. There is a difference between a snapshot and well thought out planned photograph. Pricing varies according to the production and job. Standard prices exist. 


How did you get started in this business?

The first time I picked up a camera I was 5yr. old. It was my birthday present. The pictures were shot on what looked like a disposable camera with a disk of film. The pictures looked horrible and were all underexposed and blurry. After that first one, I only used it to see through the viewfinder. I think since then I have always been a photographer.