Digital Photography for Insurance Companies
On the other hand, with frauds perpetrated in all manner of schemes, insurance companies welcome all the support, proofs and documentation that can be had. Digital photography of insured or covered items can be extensive, with a “loss" being potentially ruinous if not well documented. Insurance companies then, welcome good, documentary digital photographs of insured items such as:
· Private and museum Collections (pictured: Muisca mask – Gold Museum, Bogota)
· Performances of performing artists and athletes (and sometimes their body parts: hands, legs, face, hair, teeth, voice, etc.)
· Estates and the content therein
· Fleets, including trucks, boats, airplanes and other types of vehicles
· Working or production conditions in factories, fabrication facilities, on farms, etc.
Added to the expansive list of “wanted" and “must-have" digital photography are:
· Photos documenting any legal aspects or “gray areas" of insurance coverage
· Identification photos of people, places, processes and other related objects
· Positive identification of policy holders and other insured parties
· Tools, equipment and instruments used by insured parties
· Clothing, costumes and other essential accoutrements of insured parties
The insurance companies have an almost “insatiable" appetite for good digital photography documenting their policies and coverage. This can be tremendously lucrative for the astute digital photographer, no matter where you may live.