Marketing and engaging a target audience is perhaps the most crucial aspect of being able to secure new customers and to keep the existing ones.
This doesn’t only go for ecommerce business or companies that sell specific products, it is important for everyone and anyone looking to be a successful entity and that includes a dental practice.
A large part of marketing is getting the right pictures because a good picture speaks a thousand words and without the right photos you may not get as many customers as you had hoped.
A great example of a dental practice that got it right is Westfield Dental Care. Yet getting the right photos for a dental website can be a lot harder to do than people may at first think so here are some tips you can follow to get the right pictures to market your dental practice. Continue reading “Creating Marketing Photographs For A Dental Firm” »
Taking a good grad photo is a really fun experience because it is a picture that you will look at for years to come, but getting that great grad picture is a lot easier said than done.
One of the biggest factors when it comes to getting this picture right is actually the photographer who takes it. Yes you can always use different templates such as Infoparrot’s templates for graduates to add some cool backgrounds or effects, but the majority of the work does lie with the photographer.
As a photographer you don’t want to ruin someone else’s grad photo, so if you are an amateur then you may want to follow these tips so you can make everybody’s graduation photo a great one. Continue reading “Taking A Great Photo For Your Graduation Announcement Cards” »
A really great idea for any wedding, special event or gathering of any type is to hire some fire entertainers. These guys can juggle fire, breathe fire, and pretty much survive on the raging flames that are their life and their source of income.
I have honestly never seen better entertainment than when I saw a fire juggling show last year in Las Vegas. I was so inspired by the show that as a professional photographer I started to take a ton of pictures to publish in a nice little set of entertainment pieces.
Well let me tell you that taking good pictures of fire entertainers is not nearly as easy as it sounds. Of course I was able to manage because I’ve been in the business for over 30 years now, but not everybody might have the same experience.
If you are a beginner, taking photos of fire performers probably isn’t the best idea because the pictures may not turn out very well, that is of course if you don’t follow any of these tips! Continue reading “Why Beginner Photographers Shouldn’t Photograph Fire Performers” »
I love to go camping and I do it multiple times per year, sometimes I even go in the winter time! I love the great outdoors. In fact one of my other favorite things to do is to take pictures for my photography blog and the woods is the perfect place to get in some quality shots. Continue reading “Taking my Camera on a Camping Holiday” »
Taking good pictures when trying to sell something is crucial to success, but it isn’t as easily done as it is said. I was recently reading a bunch of tumble dryer reviews of Trocknerland and there was one thing that really stood out to me. I noticed that they had done an excellent job of taking great pictures of their dryers. Keep reading and take in some tips on how to take good pictures of appliances like a dryer for the purposes of sale. Continue reading “How to Photograph Tumble Dryers” »
After seeing some very grainy, black and white images taken with a Fisher Price toy camera I was inspired and consequently headed straight for eBay. A few days later my new (well, used), very funky looking toy camera arrived. With a stash of 35mm films, I took it to a friend’s house to test it out. I felt instantly like I was 5 years old again, and loved every minute.
Continue reading “Fisher Price Perfect Photo, possibly the best looking camera ever.” »
I love my Diana. I love every moment, every experiment, every light-leak’y and blurry image, every dark cornered and soft-focused picture, every perfect and imperfect photograph that the awesome box has taken so far- I simply love my Diana. And I love medium format film. I am not sure whether it is the backing paper, the spools or the great negatives – it could even be down to the fact that 120 rolls fit just perfectly into my film dryer; I really can’t put my finger on it. All I know is, that a Diana fed with medium format film, is my idea of happiness.
So, now I have got this off my chest, let’s get this review of ‘analogue-lifestyle-and-something-satisfyingly-different-to-what-I-just-mentioned’ going. Continue reading “A confession around 35mm” »