Contributed by Simply C Photography
29/10/2019 - Simply C Photography
60% of consumers say they’re more likely to consider a business that has an image show up in local search results. So, it’s vital that your business imagery accurately represent your brand. Suffolk Commercial Photographer, Cherry Beesley from Simply C Photography makes it her mission to capture images that show off the very essence of her corporate clients. Here’s how…
Cherry focuses on candid images and specialises in only using natural light. Capturing staff, premises and products as they are, to create vivid, bespoke, impactful imagery. This style is the perfect antidote to the standard stock of dry, mundane and posed images that is often seen on company websites and in brochures. It’s about bringing a brand to life and helping potential customers feel like they’re a part of its story and helps build trust.
Over the years Cherry’s experience has allowed her to photograph most of the great and the good in the Suffolk business community, and many beyond.
Cherry explains her technique: “When it comes to composing a corporate headshot, I’ve always got one eye on the sky, as I see and understand how natural light can change the whole feel and look of an image. Meanwhile, my other eye is drawn to those small details I can use to convey my client’s story or add extra layers and touches to their images.”
She adds: “I like to take the time to get to know my clients which helps them relax in front of the camera and ultimately get the shots they need to raise their profile and build their brand. Commercial photography is an investment that will generate returns. For me, it’s about mixing creative ideas with a commercial sensibility and giving my clients credible, scroll stopping and expressive high-quality images that elevate them in the market and makes them stand out from their competitors.”
To get in touch with Cherry, you can visit the Simply C Photography at www.simplycphotography.co.uk or call on 07775851827
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