corporate portraits

Pure Magic International Training Solutions - Image refresh

Caryn, director at Pure Magic International Training Solutions already had a professional photo which was fine but it was somewhat out of date.
Part of presenting a professional image is having current photos of the staff that reflect the times and also the appearance of the individuals.
Due to the variety of Caryn's work and her international speaking commitments we created a few different looks.

Executive portrait - glasses or no glasses?

We have been photographing the management team of  the Bureau of Health for some time now. Recently a Dr. Jean-Frederic Levesque was appointed as the new Chief Executive and came to us for his corporate photo.

This ensures that his images matches the rest of the team.

As Dr. Levesque only wears his glasses sometime we decided to do some photos with and without glasses and let him choose his favorite image afterwards.

So should you have your photo taken with or without glasses? It's really a matter of personal choice.  If you think people will recognize you without glasses then go ahead and try it without them. on the other hand if you always wear glasses we suggest you also wear them for the photoshoot.

Photographing with glasses can be tricky as there are reflections and glasses can cause some distortions. However we have a lot of experience and always ensure we find the best angle for you whether you are wearing glasses or not. 

Dr Jean-Frederic Levesque - Chief Executive

A different view, 3/4 length portrait

Typically we do a headshot which is head and shoulders or a full length portrait. But sometimes a 3/4 length portrait works even better. 

Angela , the director at Health Practice Solutions came to the studio to get some updated portraits for her website and bio. She brought a few different outfits with her to get a variety of looks and we quickly found that a 3/4 length portrait suited her best.

Angela has a great smile and we believe the images convey her drive and energy. .

Angela Mason-Lynch - Director - Health Management Solutions

 

Corporate real estate photography

I always enjoy seeing the results of our work out there and how it is being used by companies. It is a good reminder just how important it is to always do the best job possible.  

It's also important to see what the final product looks once it is printed. It's valuable feedback and allows us to plan future shoots both in terms of post production but also in how to pose and arrange people as in this case.

Here is the Chadwick Lindfield real estate flyer that was just delivered to our studio.  

Chadwick Real Estate, Lindfield Office

Final composite image delivered to the client

So all that looks fine, however logistically it's not always possible to get all the staff from a office into the studio at the same time. Especially when staff travel frequently, are on the road or are just hard to pin down.  

We understand that and therefore often photograph staff individually when it suits them to come to the studio and then create a team photo by combining the individual images together on one photograph. 

In addition this enables us to add or remove a staff members as required without having to get all the staff back into the studio for a new staff photo when someone leaves or joins the team.  

We are all about helping our clients to save money and making the process as easy as possible.

 

Individual staff photos

Individual staff photos