On location business headshots are possible again while respecting COVID-19 safety concerns. Let's make pictures again!
What does the future look like for me as an event photographer now that events of any notable size are going away for the foreseeable future?
Although each event is a bit different, there are some common themes when it comes to providing solid event photography coverage. Let's break clichés.
A look at some corporate event photos as folks performed community service in Portland.
Do you need a professional event photographer? Maybe. What sort of event is this. Is it a potluck?
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.
Ensure you have solid event photography by securing a pro as you work out your key logistics. You don't want to have to settle for an alternate photographer because your first choice was already booked!
After your event, there's still a bit of work to ensure you have a smooth delivery for your images. Here's my usual process that makes it as easy for clients as possible.
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.
Modern conference photography isn't just about images for future marketing; I frequently work with event organizers for rapid social media image sharing.