From your website to your business cards and more, your corporate image tells people who you are, what your about and puts a face and place to your business name.
Corporate photography can capture both your surroundings, team and individual team members in their working environment or we can use specific backdrops to suit your business needs. With each image we look for opportunities to incorporate your corporate colours and business theme to create a unified image that gives a strong impression of unity and professionalism.
Corporate Portraits are becoming more essential, particularly during these times of more online interaction and our social media, specifically LinkedIn, profile. When discussing corporate portraits with either individuals or as a team, what questions should we be asking? Firstly, what type of industry are you in? The type of industry determines the style of your image. IT tends to be more casual as opposed to someone in finance would have a more professional suited up image. Another important factor is background. While a typical mottled background in warm tones or cool tones (to match your corporate image) are suitable for professions that involve a lot of trust, marketing, fashion, IT, etc. are better suited to a setting, then a background. But what concerns people on a portrait shoot more than any other factor? "What should I do with my arms?"
While our pre-shoot chat will help clarify the type of shots required, coaching and guiding you is all part of the photographic process. Below I've put together some ideas to give you ideas:
The Plain Yet Professional
The Plain Doesn't Mean Boring
The Look At Me In My Workplace
The Look At Me In The CBD
The Look At Me At My Desk
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