Why do I need to update my professional business portrait?
The answer is simple: Do you want to begin every new business relationship with a lie?
Yes, this sounds a bit over dramatic but it’s true. We have become a nation/world of highly visual people. Potential customers are using the internet to seek out professionals and companies for all of their needs. When they find you is the image you are using really who you are or who you were 10 years ago? When they walk into your business to meet you for the first time will they recognize you? What do you think that says to your new client?
Business portraits need to be updated every two years – minimum. Call us today so we can help you put your best face forward!
When was the last time you updated your professional portrait? If it’s been more than two years you need to have a new one taken. Seriously. Styles change with the seasons – do you really want potential clients to think you’re not up with the latest trends? I know that sounds a bit ridiculous but most people want to know that the professional they choose for any service is current and relevant in their industry. People are visual. If you look outdated – then maybe you aren’t that innovative person they are looking to hire.
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Less than a handful of months have passed since Madison Magazine announced the Best Of Madison Winners. And it’s been about that long since I’ve been able to share any of the fabulous things we’ve been doing. Being voted the Best Photographer in Madison has definitely made us the busiest of studios! Thank you Madison!
Soon I will be sharing some of the highlights from the summer months and fill you all in on what’s coming. Great people – great projects – and maybe something completely unexpected and fun. Bear with me for another week or so while I tidy things up.
I could not be more excited about what’s coming!!!
Shouldn’t graduation portraits be more than just a nice smile or a new outfit? I think so. Typically the senior portrait sessions here in the studio start out with what I call “The Grandma Wall” poses. You know the ones – the ladies are gently resting a cheek on their ever so delicately folded hands and the gentlemen are looking very serious as they rest their chins on a rugged fist. Thank goodness today’s Grandmas are way cooler and want to see something more exciting!
I encourage all the young adults that come to me for their senior portraits to bring in items that really help to tell their story. I want their proof booklets and finished portraits to unquestionably show who they are at this time in their lives. It is my hope that they will someday look back at these photographs and remember that they were the bees knees. (Translation: awesome, cool, hip, swagger, Gucci, fizzy)