I recently had the pleasure of working with Abbe Opher, a voiceover artist. Our paths had crossed previously, Abbe attended one of my workshops Instagram.
Before Christmas I had the pleasure of working with Jo from Jo Snowdon Stained Glass, on a Your Brand Photography Session[/your-brand/] I must admit I have been a fan of Jo’s for awhile, following her across her social media pages. I love her use of colour and the designs she creates are wonderful. So, when Jo approached me (whilst out walking the dog!) for a branding session, I jumped at the chance. For the session, we decided to photography a workshop so that Jo would have her own library of relevant, authentic images showing her clients the different aspects of her classes, the tools that would be used as well the various stages of creating a piece of stained glass. In this case, I would be taking part in the workshop as an attendee as well as photographing it.
It is always lovely to work with returning clients - it is a wonderful testament. I first meet Anita in the autumn working with her to create images as part of my "Your Brand" sessions, and it was a pleasure to meet up again withAnita, a writer, blogger, author of funny stories[/blog/anita-faulkner-headshots/].
I’ve been doing lots of personal branding and headshot sessions over the past couple of months, and I’ve been really loving them.
When I received the following image in an email - I knew I wanted to work with Anita!
To be the face of your business means that you as an individual are the physical representation of the company. It means that when people see your face they will associate it instantly with the brand and when they engage with the business in anyway, they know they are engaging directly with you.
Your brand and your business is as unique as you are and when you invest in professional branding photography session you want to make sure that they reflect your personality, your message and your individuality. In this post we will explore how to get the most out of your photo shoot so that they can be an asset for your business growth.
Whether you're planning a family shoot, booking a wedding photographer or getting headshots done for your business, one thing that plagues a lot of people when they book a professional photographer is anxiety about what they will look like in the final pictures? Will they be good enough? Will they look overweight? What will other people think?
Today, I want to share with you some branding photography, I love working with other small business owners to create beautiful images for them to use on their website and across social media.