What are the steps to get the best from your PR Photography shoot?
There are many reasons to choose to do a PR photography shoot, promoting a new business, promoting an existing business, re-branding, promoting an event that your business is involved in, boosting sales, or improving your social media presence. Whatever your reasons, Paul Currie Photography is a good place to start, having been a photographer for over three decades, mostly in and around the Lancashire area, if you would like a PR Photographer Blackpool then Paul Currie is your man.
In this online world, studies have shown that having online content that has photography embedded within it will be looked at and shared up to 40 times more than content without.
Having such a long career in the photography industry, here are some tips to getting the most out of your photo shoot.
Having a clear idea of what you want out of your shoot is a necessity, being able to tell the PR Photographer Blackpool what kind of shots you want, what you want them to portray and what the focus of the pictures should be will give you a much smoother session.
Knowing more about the person, people and products or services you offer means that you are able to drill down to get the exact images you would like, as well as what is happening across the day.
Picking a location is also a key part of the shoot. What is the image you are trying to promote within this shoot? Clean and minimalist? An outdoorsy image? Fun or serious? Natural shots or a very setup scene?
For objects such as cars, are you trying to appeal to an all-terrain, outdoorsy type of person or an urban market? Deciding on these things before the shot is very important.
If you are promoting a shop or business with a fixed location, then having a clean and well-presented area which shows off the best of your business is key.
Try to book the PR Photographer Blackpool for a day or days that you are not rushed off your feet already, when you have some time to engage with the process will mean that you get the photos you would like, and the time is not wasted.
Remember, you can use these photographs for years to come if you get them correct, having professional images of your business or event is a fantastic thing to have, you are able to use them on marketing materials, both in real life and online.