*Please note, the above images are not work of One Deep Design.
People like pretty pictures! That’s why you see the smart companies are out there making the upmost of Brisbane’s professional photographers. Without trying to offend anyone here, the photographs you’re taking on your iPhone4, probably won’t cut it when it comes to leaving an impression on market savvy consumers.
Professional photographers are a creative bunch who have the talent to capture emotions of all kinds. In the case of promoting a product or fashion line for example, the emotion of desire will be portrayed in the photographs. Or in the effort of raising awareness for a charity or not-for-profit organisation, a professional photographer may aim to play with emotions of sympathy to encourage the public in supporting their cause.
Advertising photography. As we have all heard hundreds of times before now, ‘a picture tells one thousand words’, this is the truth. Have you ever noticed how some of the most effective advertisements out there are created from just one vibrant professional photograph and a couple of bold words to compliment the photograph? Yet they communicate the companies message very clearly and successfully.
I must write on another benefit which I believe far outweighs the use of amateur photography. Say the day of the photo-shoot arrives and annoyingly, it’s a miserable overcast one. Well the photographs will no doubt appear dull and just generally unflattering. Not to worry, luckily there is a little program called Adobe Photoshop (a photographers best friend), which has the power to significantly change the overall mood of any photo, even drop in a nice bright blue sky to replace ugly grey clouds or clone out any flaws… This is just one instance, but with the limitless capabilities of photoshop on side of all good professional photographers, your photographs are bound to look like a million dollars when using great photographers.
Let me ask you, can you afford to risk your companies brand with amateur photography? I’d like to think not…
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