If you follow me on social media, you’ll see the majority of my posts feature lifestyle photography (including family and newborns). Or maybe, you follow my wedding account and see mostly wedding photography.
But, I also love branding photography for Denver businesses. Branding photos are professional photos business owners can use across all marketing platforms. Professional photos give your business a competitive edge and polished appearance.
What types of photos do you include in a Denver branding photography session?
Branding photography can be whatever you need it to be. Undoubtedly, we’ve all seen photos on a webpage that are obvious stock photos. Or on the other hand, we come across photos on a business Instagram feed that someone definitely snapped with an iPhone.
Opposite of this faux pas, professional branding photography helps businesses put their best foot forward, visually. Branding photos include, but aren’t limited to:
- Team member shots
- Candids (or staged photos) of team members at work
- Product photography
- Retail space
- Office/treatment space
- Food photography
- Images displaying the services you offer
Where would I use branding photography?
Branding photography for Denver businesses creates a cohesive visual for a business to put out there across all channels and marketing methods. I see my clients using branding photography for:
- Website (including e-commerce sites)
- Social media including Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Snapchat, TikTok, Pinterest, etc.
- Google My Business listing and posts
- Paid advertising (on the web or in print)
- Email marketing campaigns
- Flyers, brochures, newsletters, mailers, signage, and other print items
- Sales pitch presentations
Why hire a professional branding photographer?
All the images I used in this blog were branding images for a Denver area medical esthetician—Revive SkinFX. Kyle and Revive SkinFX honored me by trusting me with the brand! And without a doubt, Kyle’s brand, and any other brand that needs to be elevated, there really is no other way than professional branding photography.
Over the years, I’ve worked with a number of business owners. It’s because of this that I structure my branding pricing by the hour instead of per session. I do this because I know business owners have different needs than a family coming to me for a photo shoot. Differing from family shoots, a branding session includes access to all the edited images. That way, each business owner can get the most use out of our time spent together.
In a world where everyone has an imprint on the internet, make yours as strong as it can be with professional branding photography. Please contact me if you’re interested in, or know someone who could benefit from, a branding photography session.