How do your prospective clients/customers/colleagues know who you are and what you do before they contact you?
Do you want great images to showcase your business premises and services?
Do you want to make your potential clients and customers feel welcome before they even walk in the door?
Do you want to introduce your staff to your customers online or in your brochure?
Trudi can help you have all of these things with her high quality Corporate Photography services.
“A picture says a thousand words.” When someone is searching online for your product or service, they want to know a little bit more about you than just the price. Who are you? Are you real? What’s your story?
But, as humans we would much prefer to look at pictures on a website or in a brochure than read a lot of text.
Fabulous photographs of your office, workshop, staff, management and products can reassure your potential customer and get you closer to achieving the desired outcome – before they have spoken to anyone at your company!
What could be simpler than having your photographer come to your workplace and documenting your personal story and those of the people that you work with. You don’t have to travel or interrupt your day for more than a few minutes and you will have the edge over your competitors with your personal touch included in your marketing.
Call Trudi to discuss your requirements today.
TIPS FOR A SMOOTH PHOTO SHOOT EXPERIENCE:
Be prepared! If your desk is covered in files and piles of paperwork – clear it off, even just onto the floor for the day. Too much realism isn’t necessarily a good thing!
Keep your team informed. Remind them multiple times leading up to the shoot that it is happening and when so that they can be appropriately dressed and groomed.
Have a quick look around the workshop/warehouse/reception to make sure that it looks reasonably tidy.
Set up some “customers”. It’s a good idea to have images of your team members interacting with customers or clients. Contact a couple of loyal clients or those that you know will be in on the day and ask them if they would mind being in a couple of the shots. Usually people are very happy to help out. You might like to offer an incentive but it’s not usually necessary.