Is your marketing & social media strategy consistent across your website and client touchpoints? Are you using images & video effectively to educate & promote your services, products & brand?
What are you known for? Are you getting noticed & standing out from the competition? Are you using “storytelling” to connect to your audience & build customer loyalty?
Are you publishing or posting out regular visual content for your social media marketing campaigns? Is your marketing on-brand and attracting your ideal customers?
Storytelling photography & video to increase your marketing presence and build brand loyalty with your ideal clients.
Perhaps you’re not using your existing images to their full potential, or you’re already looking for new images to go on your website, social media channels, digital marketing, or printed marketing materials?
Most marketers agree that using visual content is a legitimate tactic to increase your marketing ROI when reaching your target clients & increasing brand presence.
It’s also said that the human brain processes images in only 13 milliseconds which is 60,000 times faster than text.
With that in mind, it’s important to get your visual messaging right.
Yes. I hold full Public Liability Insurance and Professional Indemnity Insurance & my documentation is available to view if required.
I’m also DBS checked (updated January 2022) and a qualified member of 2 professional photography organisations, where I’m bound by professional codes of practice and legal representation for your peace of mind.
This is can often be misunderstood; I actually own and retain the copyright of all the photographs I take (both prints and digital files).
For my professional clients, where the images are going to be used as part of your business or promotional material you’re provided with the license to use the photographs as you wish both privately and commercially.
There are some very rare circumstances where copyright may be required by the client however, please get in contact to discuss.
This is very much dependent on your needs.
My normal working hours are between 11 am and 5 pm Monday to Saturday, but as above I can work to your schedule. For example it maybe convenient for you in the early morning before you get busy, or late at light – Especially if business operates through the night.
The same can be said for how complicated the commission is or the location – It may take a half day or more than one full day to complete the shoot, in which case it could be split into smaller sessions to fit around your schedule.
All of this would be worked into the shoot plan as part of your consultation process and brief.
If it’s an outdoor shoot then as a guideline I normally recommend, that it’s best to do the session the morning or late afternoon to get the best out of the natural light, but ultimately I’ll shoot at the best time for you.
I use Professional Full Frame Canon DSLR Cameras (5D Mark IV, 5D Mark III) & professional lighting & Audio equipment (for video recordings). I also use industry standard Adobe software (Photoshop/Premiere Pro) for any editing & post processing work.
My headshot and product studio is based in Welling Bexley. The vast majority of my clients are South East London, Kent & Sussex based, however, I work to your needs and will travel to where you’re based or where you need me to work.
I’m a qualified photographer with The Guild of Photographers and The Societies of Photographers. They qualify my photography and work ethic, as being that of a professional photographer; and demonstrates my ability to create images of excellence. Qualifications are awarded to photographers who have submitted a panel of work, which is then judged by highly qualified, respected and experienced photographers from the photographic industry. The Societies and Guild stipulate working to high professional standards and codes of conduct, that are put into place for the promotion of good working practice in all matters concerning the photography industry.
I’m a full-time professional photographer.
A “weekend warrior” is the nickname for a part-time photographer who may have another full-time job or just doing photography in their spare time. There is of course nothing wrong with this (I did so for many years!)
Some photographers are what used to be called “Shoot & Burn” The term comes from the old school method of the photographer turning up taking the photos then burning them to a CD and handing it over. This may be perfect if you’re experienced in marketing or already have someone who deals with how you’re going to use them.
However, if you’re not so technically experienced I provide a follow-up support session on how to get the best use out of your new library of visual content as well as give you advice on some of the technical aspects of uploading images to the web, social media marketing or for printed use too.
“I was really impressed with the quality of the pictures & how natural the photos look, it really exceeded my expectations! I’ve been able to use the pictures for my website to create my business story, as well as create new content & posts for social media.”
“From the very beginning, Graham was a delight to work with. He was very supportive and gave me a lot of advice to help me prepare. Most important to me was that he really listened to me and read my design brief and interpreted it exactly as I’d imagined it.”
“Graham is a very welcoming, nice and easy going professional. His photography is outstanding and will be recommended to everyone. It was a real please working with a genuine person who loves their job.”
Whether you already know what visual content you need for your social media management or if you’re struggling to create on-brand images & videos for your website & marketing then let’s have a chat to see how I can help you connect with the clients you want to.
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