Mobile phones have evolved into a technological gadget you ‘d love to bring anywhere you want. Unlike when you have to bring along your professional or video camera, you could catch moments with a simple click on your phone, which could really be really inconvenient. If you browse through the different network sites, you will find millions and millions of photos taken with a mobile phone camera while producing very distinct and attractive people portraits. Portrait photography has really grown and has gone a long way!
So let’s look at this creative hobby of openly taking pictures by only using phones and uploading them to websites. Here are some helpful tips for capturing the beautiful light and transforming something ordinary like an ordinary occasion into an action allows great case! Continue reading
The problem with portrait photography is coming out with a portrait that has the subject either uneasy looking, stiff, nervous, or is just plain discomfited with their awkward smiles prominently displayed in the photo.
A photographer should crack their subject’s openness up so they would lighten up and cooperate with you. They’d be more natural too and so easy to work with. It would result in portraits that are not just lovely but lively with the subject’s true essence captured in the image.
So, how does one crack up the code to make their subject work their way up towards having the most natural self and so you begin taking their portrait shots in the easiest and most natural manner too? Here are four tips: Continue reading
A picture really is worth a thousand words. Through the skillful manipulation of environment and technology, the result can be an image that enhances the esthetic side of your website dramatically. More than ever, companies both large and small are realizing that photography is one of the most powerful marketing techniques there is.
Photos are being utilized in magazines, books, billboards, and other printed materials to evoke an emotional response in potential customers. Positive images can create a positive atmosphere for your website through facial expressions, lighting and movement. And emotions are important when it comes to making a purchase. If a potential buyer does not see any photos regarding a certain product or service, they may be inclined to feel a sense of distrust or even reluctance to contact the company. Continue reading
A good professional business portrait on LinkedIn (and anywhere else) is one of the most effective ways for you to stand out and market yourself. Just having a profile picture alone is enough to make your profile 14 times more likely to be viewed!
Wardrobe Is The Key
When considering what to wear for your headshot, it is best to consider what is appropriate for your industry. Someone in finance or law would probably be expected to wear a suit, while someone in advertising could wear something a little more casual and creative. Think about what you want to communicate about you and your organization. Wear clothes that support rather than distract from your face. Continue reading
The 21st Century has changed the way we conduct our personal and our business lives. Gone are the days of the business card and here to stay is the social media profile, and just like a business card, why would you want a shabby profile? Your pictures convey a lot about you, and Business Photography Fairfield CT understands that. The old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words really underestimates just how valuable your image can be when it comes to your customer making the right choice— your choice. Continue reading
There are many different types of photography out there. The most common type of corporate photography is headshots and business portraits. Photography of business events and conferences, office interiors and exteriors, and employees on the job are also common subject matter. Corporate photographers are also used to cover a company’s involvement with a charity event or community. Corporate photographers usually focus on the three areas of photography listed below.
There are two types of photography that fall into this category. Posed and candid. Some clients request a shot of their CEO, team or even a combination in a posed manner, Continue reading
When we hear corporate photography most of us think of a white background, studio lighting, plain dark suit and a serious expression. That is the old way people did corporate photography. But a business portrait does not have to be dull or boring anymore. Just because you are in a professional job, such as real estate, insurance or law, does not mean you have to look professional in a boring, corporate sense. Corporate culture is changing and individuals want to do business that they feel comfortable with. There are easy ways to make sure that the face of your business matches your corporate portrait.
How To Keep Corporate Shots Engaging
Color – Traditionally when we think of corporate photos we think of gray, black and white. By adding some pops of color it is easy to create eye catching portraits while still remaining professional. Continue reading
Finding the best corporate headshot photographer can be an overwhelming experience. When it comes to corporate photography, there is a world of choice available, and to make sure that you get the best possible photographer, doing a little bit of research is recommended.
Always make sure that you check out any potential photographer thoroughly. You will want to not only see some customer reviews of their services, but you will also want to take a detailed look at their portfolio, as well as ask them as many questions as you can.
Talking is an excellent way to get to know any potential company, and you should explain your requirements to prospective studios, and then speak to them about their interpretations, as well as any recommendations that they may have.
Communication is crucial and the best way to do this is face to face, although email and telephone are also useful for initial enquiries. Meeting someone in person gives you a feel for who they are, and what makes them tick, and hopefully making the decision process a little easier. Continue reading