{Branding & Website}

Your photographs – the quality and detail, are the one thing that is going to tell your potential client who you are and what you’re all about.  Whether it’s in an ad in the newspaper or on your website, they need to be clean, crisp, high quality, current, relevant and give the viewer a sense that you’ve got it together and value what you do enough to show excellent quality photography to represent your business.  What you’re willing to spend money on…THEY’RE willing to spend money on!

Spending $500-$1000 won’t break the bank when you consider the value you can get for that price. 

For instance, I offer a professional business portraits, location photos, action photos of you at work…(assuming you’re doing more than sitting at a computer…lol), like a chef, florist, singer, coach or speaker.  All are edited and retouched, copyright released for Commercial purposes and resized for you to use as social media content, website and marketing materials. Amazing value for the price!

The first chance you get to make a good impression on a potential client is your website and social media.  They don’t have a chance to see you or talk to you or like you yet until they investigate your website and further to that point, what they see will register faster than what they read!  It’s a smart move to invest in high quality photographs that give the best first impression.

Branding and Commercial Photography clients include: Crossfit Durst, Bare Ur Beauty, Kim Clark Fine Art, Brantford Blooms Florist, Diane Rolston Coaching, Vincor International Inc, Nyarai Cellars, Matchbook Magazine, Lansdowne Children’s Centre, Goliger’s Travel Plus, Canada Mortgage and Housing Commission, Grand Landscape Design, Fork Meets Cork, Adolfo Robert Galuppi, Investor’s Group, Best Western Brant Park Inn, Charing Cross Cat ClinicWhistling Gardens, Dentalcorp, Intrigue Media, LD Comm Events, Mechanical Contractors Association, Dover Cheese Shop, Remax, Sutton Group.

 

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