Why is photography so important in advertising?
Photographs have the incredible power to capture emotions, priceless moments and the hidden beauty of even a seemingly mundane object. Advertising photography and the role it plays in preserving our memories is just as powerful as the potential it has in selling products or services.
Good photography, paired with a meaningful message can bring real impact to people’s lives. Through my photography work I know that I won’t just be shooting imagery for my client to advertise to potential customers, I will be creating a unique vision and story as well. As every photo tells a story, I always aim to show mine in ways that capture the views attention and complement the appeal of the services the client has to offer.
To deliver that perfect photo for advertising, I think of these 3 key elements are important for any brand:
Benefits of being a lifestyle photographer
Being a lifestyle photographer has its perks especially when you have the right skills and passion. Whether you decide to do it as a full-time job or a side gig, being a lifestyle photographer as well as fashion photographer comes with many great benefits. Aside from earning an income as a self-employed photographer, shooting commercial photography also comes with a lot of creative fulfilment too as it allows you to express yourself freely through your photographs. You can easily show the world your view through the images you shoot and it can also lead to such a rewarding feeling that will also give an impact on others lives.
Beauty Photography – what is it?
In my many years in the beauty photography industry, I was fortunate enough to work behind the camera and see strong, amazing women bloom and glow differently.
Skills you need to succeed in photography
Being a good photographer is truly more than just being able to master your camera. There’s so much more you need to practice and develop in order for you to see the utmost beauty in every angle and capture that elegance in a photograph. Read More
Photography’s importance in today’s society
The world’s first photograph was taken nearly two centuries ago in 1826, but it took between eight hours and two days to develop. It wasn’t until 1901 that photography became more widespread, when the Kodak Brownie came on the market with the slogan “you press the button, we’ll do the rest”.
In the current situation, like everyone I have more time on my hands so I thought I’d revive my photography blog offering Help, Advise and Inspiration! Are you a Fashion photographer in the UK? A Lifestyle Photographer? Or Shoot Beauty Photography?
Has the pandemic affected your professional Photography work life?