Its important for brands to use both in their marketing. Product photos are great for: new products, announcing sales, sets and new pairings, giveaways, collaborations, instagram stories, social media posts, email marketing, and shop images. Lifestyle photos are great for showing the fit or use of the product, showing how multiple pieces fit together, creating emotional images to market to your target market and creating an interesting and engaging social media feed and website.
First things first, I know you have a lot on your plate. Between designing, packaging, shipping, marketing, customer service and all the other hats you wear, there is never enough time to create the amount of content you need..
And thats where I step in..
This process is designed with you in mind so you can focus on where your business needs you most. As business owners, we want our business to work for us and not against us, right? You are probably here because you agree that great photos increase revenue, increase brand awareness, and increase sales. GREAT photos = sales. PERIOD. Images sell themselves when you are able to make a connection with your clients and I have the creative ability to provide you with this! If you are ready to up-level your business and take it a step further, let’s connect.
The ability for a brand to show the world WHO THEY ARE and WHAT THEY STAND FOR is the difference between a yes, and a no. And how can you do this without the pain of hunting for client after client through a sea of people who may or may not be your ideal customers? You get THEM to come to YOU. You SHOW them you’re what they’re looking for. And you SHOW them through images with intention that perfectly captures the essence, meaning, and mission behind your brand. Because standing out is not enough to make sales. It’s the careful combination of standing out and evoking a response from someone where they look at your business and say: “Yes, they get me.”
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I live in Fargo, ND with my husband and two sons. I run a photography business that is making the transition into commercial and branding photography.
But I’m not a “photographer.”
I am an artist.
My medium is the photograph.
My art: Storytelling.
And nowadays when anyone with a smartphone is made to believe that they can become a photographer, it’s not enough to just take a picture of a product or a business and call it a day. Pictures don’t make sales.
EMOTIONS MAKE SALES.
STORIES MAKE SALES.