Earlier this week, our professional corporate photography specialist headed to the Orangeville home of an Ontario Ministry of Health team leader for a white backdrop portrait. A question that we get a lot is what makes a photo business appropriate and the difference between a business portrait and other types of portraits.
Business portraits are a type of commercial photography intended to promote you, your business, and present your brand. A business-appropriate portrait will look professional, modern, and clean and can range from very formal to casual, depending on your industry standards. Posing is simple and elegant, and angles are more traditional. The image quality is also a critical factor, as well as the photographer’s skill. We offer editorial quality, meaning this is the quality of images you would find on a magazine cover. This differs from other styles of portrait photography because of the posing and approach we take. Most other photographers who do not specialize will try a multitude of poses that make clients uncomfortable and stiff, creating sub-standard images. We work with each client quickly in a professional manner to develop well-rounded business-minded photos.
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