Tag Archives: Commercial Photography
Posted on 05. Dec, 2011 by Brian.
Are you selling a product online? Are you showcasing your product in newspapers and magazines? Are you designing a new sales brochure? Are you hoping to increase sales? Consumers today are more visual than ever. We see ads everywhere we look. From bus stops, to flyers in our mailbox, it isnt the copy that first [...]
Posted on 06. May, 2011 by Brian.
As a Denver professional photographer for over 20-years, my assignments have taken me to 49 states (Im still hoping for that shoot in Hawaii) and 22 foreign countries. Although most assignments are very specific, I always try to find time to take some travel style pictures that capture the people and geography along with the [...]
Posted on 14. Apr, 2011 by Brian.
Everything is available on the web. Every potential customer is shopping online and that includes for breakfast, lunch and especially dinner. Whether a prospective customer is looking for business lunch or romantic dinner, they want a restaurant to feel warm and inviting. They want the food and drinks to look and taste great. If [...]
Posted on 13. Mar, 2011 by Brian.
In the digital photography age photographers have evolved into computer geeks. In the film days there was the image captured with the camera on film and transferred with discipline and creativity in the darkroom. Today, the camera image capture remains mostly the same but the availability of creative image software is mind-boggling. Someday the video [...]
Posted on 10. Mar, 2011 by Brian.
Unless the bride and groom or the businessperson having their portrait taken are professional models, the chances are they will likely be a little uncomfortable being photographed is perfectly normal. One of the best ways to loosen up in front of the camera is by forgetting it’s even there. While photographing weddings, I talk to [...]
Posted on 15. Dec, 2010 by Brian.
I ask business clients large and small to consider that whether your selling a product, service or idea a customers initial contact point with involve a picture. It could be a website, brochure that includes a product or portrait. It pays to put the best images of your business forward. I am passionate about all [...]
Posted on 11. Dec, 2010 by Brian.
For many professional photographers, wedding photography is not a full-time job. I fall into this category. In addition to filling downtime during the off-peak wedding season, my commercial photography work helps to improve my wedding photography skills. Its a similar experience for photographers switching from wedding photojournalist mode into pursuits covering other subjects. For [...]