Taking Business Headshots Of Your Employees? Follow These Three Tips
4 August 2021
Are you looking to have some professional headshot photos taken of you and your employees? Taking headshot photography is going to be quite different because your employees are not models or actors. That's why it helps to have some tips that will help them take the best photos possible.
Stand Instead Of Sit
It will help to have people stand in front of the camera rather than sit. It is going to give the person much more energy and confidence when they are standing up because taking pictures while sitting can cause people to relax a bit too much and look less comfortable.
3 Framing Elements That Protect Your Pictures
2 June 2021
Framed pictures can be found hanging on both residential and commercial walls across the country. The framing process might seem simple enough, but there are many different elements that must come together to form a successful frame.
Learn more about these elements so that you can select framing materials that will protect your pictures against damage as you display them on the walls of your home or business.
5 Tips To Help Your Photographer Capture Wedding Details
19 March 2021
The small details of your wedding are some of the best parts of the photography portfolio. But capturing things like the dress, veil, cake, centerpieces, signs, escort cards, shoes, and bouquets often takes a backseat for busy brides and grooms. How can you avoid short-changing the myriad of tiny elements you've put your heart into? Here are a few tips to get them at their best.
1. Schedule Time to Work.
Tips On Finding The Right Video Production Studio For Your Project
13 November 2020
You may have written a script and now want to see it come to life. You may also be a company that is marketing their products to a large market and now want to make a commercial to showcase your company. These are both great reasons to hire a video production studio. The next decision is, which one should you pick out of the hundreds that could be in your area?