Having a great corporate portrait can make the world of difference to your business. People automatically feel more assured if your picture looks professional, stylish and well produced, and therefore far more likely to do business with you. Having a corporate portrait isn't as expensive or as daunting as you might think. In these days of Social Media it's even more vitally important to look your best both in person and in places such as Linked In, Twitter and Facebook. People are far more visual these days and need reassurance from a great picture.
We make our photo sessions fun and relaxed whilst still making you look professional and creating stunning images that reflect you at your best.
You can chose too! We can use the the fantastic CGI Greenscreen to have your portraits shot against a background of your logos or products, or we can head outside to find a nice spot for more natural looking pictures with a uniqueness that can't be
matched in the studio. You can even have a combination of both. We can include your logo on to each image too for a small extra fee. Give us a call and see what we can do for you!
You can also get a whole company image taken. With years of experience of taking and managing group photos we can make sure your branding is clearly visible and every person in your company is featured! These images look fabulous, especially when printed and framed in your reception and really do convey a professionalism about your business that others may lack!
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