High quality photography, just like well-written content, communicates your message more clearly, and sets the tone for your website.
Whether it’s employee photographs, images to accompany case studies or photographs of events, handing a point-and-shoot camera to a member of staff isn’t going to get the results you need.
The demand for good images is only increasing as more organizations make more use of social media channels, and update their sites more regularly with news stories. If you don’t have a good-quality photograph of it, it didn’t happen. And quality stills are at the core of compelling slideshow and multimedia pieces.
My documentary-style approach doesn’t require lots of staging or lights, and I aim to capture real emotions and real events. My images have been published by New Mexico Magazine, PracticeLink Magazine, the Santa Fe New Mexican, and JPG Magazine print edition.
Other photo clients include the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, The Lensic Performing Arts Center, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Veterinary Cancer Care and Gentle Nudge Pre-school.
I also offer training and workshops to help you get the most out of your images if you will be taking the photographs yourself. It’s not always about what sort of camera you have – thinking about composition, framing, and choosing the right location for the photographs can greatly improve the result.
For more information on my family and children photography (and lots of geeky photo gear writing), you should take a look at my other site, Clearing the Vision Photography.