During the Covid-19 pandemic and all of us being locked in I wanted to give some tips on how to photograph your own products at home.
Before you start I want you first to think about where and how you going to use your images as this decides if you need to take your photo in landscape or portrait format. For Facebook I recommend landscape and you can also crop it in to a square for Instagram. If you want to use the the images for Instagram stories use the portrait format. Let's get started.
Shots of you looking into the camera create trust by inviting the viewer to make eye contact, so it is important to have at least one of these images on your website and social media. Candid shots on the other hand, showing you with your products or simply in your day-to-day work flow, make great regular content for your social media because your viewers can relate to them and are intrigued to see more.
9/7/2019 0 Comments
After a year of being self-employed Isabel decided to do a second personal brand photoshoot as the focus in her business shifted.
Meet Emma, an absolute expert in marketing with over 30 years experience.
Emma contacted me through a recommendation she received from her business coach. She suggested Emma put herself out there more, show her face and let her prospective clients see who is behind FG Marketing; as we all know, people invest in people!
7/2/2018 0 Comments
Head shots and personal branding photos are more important than ever before for promoting your image in the current market. Whether it’s your LinkedIn, business page or social media site – good photography delivers a visual personality to your brand. More increasingly clients and customers alike are seeking more than just delivery of a service but also want to buy into the person and character of a brand. Having high quality photos allows you to demonstrate your brand values and promote the people behind your business as well as your objectives.