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Capture the personality of your business and team with the help of a corporate photographer. Equipped with cameras, lighting, and great people skills, they’ll help you and your team relax in front of the camera so you get quality photos for your business communications and marketing materials.
You’ll find the best corporate photographer for your headshots, team photos, or event by posting on Airtasker. Provide a few details about what you want captured and you’ll hear from reliable, local commercial photographers. Book your preferred service provider and they’ll arrange to come to your office or chosen location at a time that suits you.
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In Australia, the commissioned corporate photographer owns the copyright by default, but many photographers give you full usage rights. Ask your photographer for the details of their licensing agreement when you bookt.
Plain colours are best, but try to avoid nude or skin-coloured clothing or patterns. Give you and your photographer more options to work with by taking a couple of different coloured tops to your shoot.
A corporate photographer professionally captures images that represent you, your personal brand, your team, or your company. You can use these images for your website, LinkedIn profile, social media pages, and business proposals. Here’s how you can work with your corporate photographer:
Get natural, professional photos that reflect your brand. Your photographer may ask for details about your business and the impression you want people to have of you and your organisation. Your brief will help them decide where to shoot your portrait headshots and the poses they ask you to make. There’s definitely room for creativity here if that suits your brand! On the day of your shoot, any lighting and backdrops are set up. Test shots are taken first. This gives you a chance to get used to the camera and lets your corporate photographer check that the setup is just right. Your photographer then guides you throughout the main shoot. Once they have all the shots you need, they work with you to select the best photos and, if included in the service, edit and retouch the final images.
Whether your job takes you to different locations or you’re based in an office, book a corporate photographer to join you on the job and get some behind-the-scenes shots. Your photographer travels to the agreed location and works around you while you’re carrying out your everyday tasks. Your business photographer will capture your space and help give your clients a behind-the-scenes insight into where the magic happens. Your photographer may ask to visit the location before the day of your shoot or spend time with you before they start photographing to work out a shot list. Depending on what you’d like to achieve, your photographer may provide styling suggestions to prepare the space. If working in an office, colleagues should tidy away anything they don’t want visible in the photos.
From the staff Christmas party to award ceremonies, conferences ,and team days, a corporate event photographer will take a documentary approach to capture important moments of your corporate events. This can include people arriving at your event, keynote speakers, sponsors, the venue itself, and group photos so that everyone has a chance to get in front of the camera. Your photographer will bring what they need to shoot in low and natural light. If it’s a large event, you may need more than one photographer.