If you or your designer have a specific brief it makes its so much easier on the day to create something targeted for your needs. Naturally I am more than happy to talk direct to the publication or designer to get a better feel for what they are trying to achieve.
Need the portrait to be taken outside…
Portraits can be photographed outside, although this can be a little weather dependent, so make sure some reasonable weather is coming up. Also, if it’s to be shot on the roof, you may need to get permission from the building owner.
Bring a range of suits / jackets / ties to get additional shots that can be used in the future.
“Uses for business portraits are: business online profiles, company website, company profiles and presentations, annual reports, business marketing literature, online shops and printed matter.”
Don’t have the time…
Cannot make it to the studio due to time constraints, well that’s not a problem as business portraits can be taken at your place of work using a fully mobile photography studio.
With a mobile studio, set up* can be in a room of your choice, boardrooms are a favourite as they offer a little privacy and are usually the biggest room. Although I have often successfully created portraits on the factory floor!
*Please allow 45 minutes before the actual shoot for me to set up and make some lighting tests. Example for a 9:30 start, I need to have access to the room at 8:45
Being a Cheshire based photographer, I have really easy access to Manchester, Liverpool areas but am more than happy to travel U.K wide.
Expect around 300 images to choose from on the day, that way you can choose the very best image to represent you!
To find out how to make you or your company stand out from the crowd with professional business photography portraits, please contact to discuss.