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Contct Details— Kevin C Parker 07785 593739 kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consutation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline.
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Contact Details— Kevin C Parker—Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline.
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Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline.
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Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline.
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Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consutation. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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Contact Details— Kevin C Parker—Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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Contact— Kevin C Parker Phone—07785 593739 Emailkc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Call Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— IIt is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline.
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Call Kevin Parker now for a free consutation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker—07785 593739—kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Contact— Kevin C Parker—07785 593739—kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker 07785 593739 kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space.
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Contact Details— Kevin C Parker 07785 593739 kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with some- thing more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words…
they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presetning themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photog- rapher's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discuss- ing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a public relations photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline.
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with some- thing more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves…
In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photo- graphic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a public relations photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photo- graphing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker 07785 593739 kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves…
In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discuss- ing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a promotional photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline.
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s mes- sage the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be…
distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a public relations photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker
Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs…
Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discuss- ing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a public relations photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they
should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication.
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Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a public relations photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker 07785 593739 kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human…
interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting… .
whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker 07785 593739 kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a public relations photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline.
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also…
strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is …
not expcting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker Mobile: 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a public relations photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
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Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other…
elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, your photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it…
Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker 07785 593739 kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a public relations photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline.
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reader, or site visitor; they should also strengthen your headline message. Should this be the case an editor is likely to give your item more space. Portrait Photography— Whether it is for business or social use your portrait should be an image that your friends or colleagues will see as being characteristically you. For many people, staring at an audience they can't see, is not the kind of acitivity which results in them showing their true selves. In other words, they need a little help to forget the odd experience of presenting themselves to, what might appear to them, a blunt instrument; the photographer's DSLR. An actor is able to go into character, in order to present the desired look for a portrait, without any prompting, whereas the rest of us need to be distracted from the camera, even as we are staring straight at it. Many successful portraits are taken at a split second when the client is not expecting the shutter to be released, but the desired emotion…
still has to be genuinely felt at the exact moment of capture and, very often, this can only be achieved through the right kind of one to one communication. Contact Details— Kevin C Parker 07785 593739 Email: kc@kcparkerphotographicservices.co.uk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kcparker Free Consultation— Offered as a way of discussing your photographic requirements and how these services could help you or your business. Take up this offer by calling Kevin Parker on 07785 593739 and find out how a portrait session will result in a photograph in which you show a genuinely expressed emotion, and how a public relations photograph can help tell your story by supporting the headline. About the Photographer— Kevin Parker studied photography with the Open College of the Arts and has worked for large companies and SMEs as PR photographer. He also works as a portraitist and has brought a collaborative approach to this genre of photography.
Introduction— Taking a portrait of someone that properly represents them has a good feeling attached to it and it is exactly the same with something more illustrative. The more a PR shot includes elements that relate positively to a client’s message the more pleasing and helpful it becomes. Building rapport, and properly understanding what a promotional image should achieve, both describe how I approach photographing people. Contact Kevin Parker now for a free consultation about these services. PR/Editorial Photography— It is entirely possible for a good group shot to be taken by someone who has never formally studied photography, or even simply records their imagery with a smartphone. However, promotional photographs are usually about visualising a defining part of your story, therefore, they have to illustrate the written content of an article or press release. It is important to have someone who has been properly briefed on what needs to appear and who the key people are in your story. Other elements, such as a coporate logo, should be clearly visible. In short, the photographs should be of good quality and add human interest for the…
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