Renegade Craft Fair

Photography Style Guide

To help you navigate the Fair and best capture the Renegade experience, we have created this handy style guide. Please read through and feel free to direct any Pre-Fair questions to our Social Media + Content Manager. Onsite at the Fair, our Creative Lead is your point of contact and will provide oversight throughout the weekend.

  • Renegade requests approximately 150 – 200 of your best images from the Fair weekend (and additional shots if we have asked for specific photos). Please capture mostly horizontal and some vertical shots.
  • Always ask for permission from vendors and attendees when taking a photo where they are prominently featured.
  • Our goal is to capture appealing images that engage and inspire, to reflect the Fair experience and our mission of leading and uplifting handmade, and to illuminate the uniqueness of the Fair’s city. To do so, we encourage you to enjoy the Fair, shop around, and take part in the good vibes!
  • Focus on photographing the Fair’s offerings and capturing the Fair’s experience for both vendors and attendees. We love to see the candid moments as well as stylized shots.
  • While we love vendor portraits, we prefer them to be candid and interactive rather than posed and framed.

Thank you, we are so excited to see the Fair come to life through your images. For your time photographing, have this list handy and feel free to ask the onsite Creative Lead for guidance!

PHOTOGRAPHY SHOT LIST
Makers Crowds
Extraordinary Booth Displays Attendees
Experientials + Installations Beautiful Products
Artisanal Food Shots Attendee + Participant Interactions
Bar Venue
Sponsors Good Vibes
Indoor Outdoor



DO:

Ask for permission before taking someone’s photo.

Capture dynamic and beautiful booth displays.

Represent the diverse amount of products and activities at the Fair.

Take time to look through Renegade’s Instagram and Flickr to get an idea of our vibe and aesthetic.

Remember that you are representing Renegade, and to be respectful towards vendors and attendees.

Feel free to ask the onsite Creative Lead for direction or help–we’re excited to collaborate and work with you!

DON’T:

Do not post or capture photos that make the Fair look empty–we want to reflect our bustling and alive event.

Do not ask for discounts from vendors.

Crowds

Use your creative eye to capture the bustling crowds and breadth of the event

Makers

We love seeing participants with their work, setup, and style

Attendees

Feel free to ask stylish shoppers to photograph their ‘fits

Extraordinary Booth Displays

Capture exceptional booth displays, being sure to get the best angle possible

*Keep in mind that for our website, we typically use square images that showcase the whole booth

Beautiful Products

At the heart of Renegade is products that are independently designed and crafted

Experiential + Installations

Photograph workshops, DJs, art installations, seating installations, and anything interactive

Attendee + Participant Interactions

We love to see the connections Makers and shoppers create at our fairs

Artisanal Food Shots

Grab a bite from a food truck or concessionaire – including prepackaged goods, stands, carts, and desserts – and style it pretty

Venue

We want to see how Renegade transformed the venue: show off our unique activations (seating areas, installations, experiential activities), surrounding area and wayfinding signs, and Renegade Craft flags

Bar

Be sure to photograph the bar and drinks

Good Vibes

Our Fairs are in beautiful, often historic, venues and we love to see how Renegade looks within those spaces

Sponsors

Capture attendees enjoying our sponsors’ activations, installations, and offerings

*Feel free to ask a Renegade staffer to help point out sponsored activations

Indoor

We love seeing the Fair’s atmosphere, with a focus on pretty light and architectural elements

Outdoor

Capture the sunshine and good vibes at our outdoor Fairs, including the food trucks parked, and crowds lined up to taste test