Unlike many other photographers I estimate my job, not on an hourly basis, but depending on complexity, purpose, and processed picture number. It means you pay for photos you really need, not for abstract time.
Industrial photography can be for editorial use or for advertising. For example, if you have a new workshop opening or business meeting and want it for news, then it reportage photography. Usually, it needs no studio lighting and no retouching. The Job price will depend on how long the event goes. So, it’s best to go with the "Minimal"
If you need bright pictures for booklets, for websites, or for posters, then it will be an advertising photo session. The studio lighting, place preparation, and picture retouching are necessary. A job like this needs more time. The decisive factor is the number of processed pictures you will get. In this case, look for the "Light"
preposition and further.
Of course, your goal can not fit all these prepositions. And it’s ok. Just describe your goal
in detail and the budget, and we will come up with something really cool for you!