Industrial and commercial photographers working internationally not only need to deal with the logistics of travel and photography, but have to be aware of the differing market values for their pictures.
The UK has seen some pretty epic changes in its relationships with Europe EU and the rest of the world- I'm waiting for the fall out of when Article 50 will be triggered. All ready since Brexit the ripple of uncertainty has had an adverse effect on the currency exchange rates.
I say adverse, what I mean is..good wine and great coffee (a crisis situation in the Henderson household for me at least) and holidays just got a lot more expensive..so now we are depressed here's the good news.
With the dollar / pound sterling exchange rate it's bad for imports..but great for UK based photographers with links to international business' as they are getting what is effectively a big discount on international assignments.
Taking out the general cost of inflation for the necessities hiring a UK corporate industrial photographer for international assignments could make a lot of sense for commissioning clients based in the United States of America, your dollar buys you more.
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