Presenting a consistent corporate image can be important, and you can have business portraits with consistent backgrounds, regardless of photo location.
Portland's CENTRL Office has hosted a variety of events; see some examples of CENTRL Office event photography from a conference last year.
All business professionals should have a headshot; here's one example of a business portrait in Portland that I made recently for a local business owner.
A look back at a summer event at Portland's Punch Bowl Social - having a great time at a corporate influencer event around the Rio Olympics.
A look at corporate event photography for a community service day - and how I delivered candid images meeting the client's vision.
It's always nice to see former photography subjects have a big win... congrats to the Little Bird crew on their acquisition by Sprinklr.
In conjunction with a conference, I got a chance to photograph a Native American Pow Wow, which was a colorful, fun event featuring a variety of dancers and regalia.
Your company photos should match your company's image. For some, that's static and traditional. For others, we can make a more lively, dynamic group photo.
A look at some corporate community service event photography in the Portland/Vancouver areas.
In addition to understanding light and gear, photographer collaboration is an important skill for a photographer working on substantial projects.