Published on Tue Apr 13, 2021 by David J Colbran
While Covid-19 restrictions remain in place, more businesses and venues will be permitted to open on Monday 12 April. So as we move toward a more normal way of life, businesses are beginning to plan portrait shoots, events and conferences.
The reality of business after COVID-19 is that not everyone will recover. Some businesses that closed will never reopen. Are your regular image suppliers still going? Looking for a new photographer? I am happy to quote on projects, send over my rate card or perhaps a brief Zoom call to talk over your requirements?
During this time business marketing has rapidly changed. The adoption of new ways of working has accelerated as consumers and businesses turned to digital and reduced-contact ways of accessing products and services. This shift is likely to stick, to a large extent simply because e-commerce and e-business is often more efficient and less expensive. Fewer business trips and expense accounts will be needed. Do you have the correct visual collateral to represent this?
For many the work from home model is also likely to stay for a lot of organisations and individuals. The home is now the hub where people live, work, learn, shop, and play. New staff will join your business that rarely visit the office. Do you need a flexible photographer with a mobile studio that can visit them safely? I can create a series of matching and complementary business portraits even if your team is miles apart.
I've already been speaking to event organisers about plans for September and October. I have bags of experience getting onboard early in a project cycle and can help you get the most visual impact for your social media channels, as well as editorial and trade press coverage. DM me to organise a chat.
Some recent work.
Tags: business, portraits, headshots, corporate, mobile, studio, PR,
Author: David J Colbran
Back on the blog with a quick update on recent business and commercial photography commissions. Working with a housing association, a bike charity, a medical society, a recruitment agency and a dental practice.
A really interesting commission working with Livv Housing documenting a fire and rescue exercise in high-rise residential apartments in Kirkby. These are the people who will literally save your life!
Another Liverpool industrial photography commission under the belt and more hi-viz PPE added to the boot of the car. This time nice and local in the Old Swan, a couple of miles away from home. It was for the Lister Drive Greener Grid Park installation which is currently under construction.
"David is a very creative, imaginative photographer and shows great empathy with his subjects. These qualities certainly show in his work. I am very pleased to endorse him."