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10 Great Corporate Photoshoot Ideas to boost your business and personal brand in 2022 

10 great corporate photoshoot ideas!

Are you looking for ways to take your business and personal brand up a notch? Corporate photoshoots can be a great way to do just that! Not sure where to start or what ideas to use? Check out these 10 great corporate photoshoot ideas! They are perfect for any entrepreneur looking to make an impression.

1. A photoshoot in your office with employees working at their desks

Showcasing your business brand through photoshoots of employees working at their desks can be a great way to engage potential customers.

 

This type of shot puts a human face on your business and helps potential customers feel more connected to your company.

 

It also allows you to show off your office space and highlight any unique features that make your business stand out.

 

When planning a photoshoot of this nature, it’s important to choose a photographer who is experienced in business photography. They will know how to capture the right mix of candid and posed shots to tell your brand’s story in an engaging way.

 

So if you’re looking for a creative way to showcase your business, consider adding this option when booking a photoshoot

Karst Founders, Kevin Garcia and Jon Tse. Aussie entrepreneurs are turning mining and construction waste into beautifully designed stationery through their company Karst. Image MONIQUE HARMER

2. A photoshoot in your warehouse or factory setting

Business branding is essential for any business wanting to succeed in today’s digital world. 

A photoshoot in your warehouse or factory setting can help show customers the behind-the-scenes of your business and how you operate. It can also help humanise your business and give potential customers a glimpse of your company culture. A photoshoot can be a great way to show off your business’ products or services in a creative way. It can also help you attract new customers and business partners by showing them what you’re all about. So if you’re looking to take your business branding to the next level, consider a photoshoot in your warehouse or factory setting.

Dicker Data completed work on its new $75 million headquarters and distribution centre, which is an amazing 28,000 square metres that includes warehouse and office space. The company worth $2bn has set up shop in Kurnell - which is basically the Shire's equivalent of a small country town. Image / Monique Harmer
Dicker Data completed work on its new $75 million headquarters and distribution centre, which is an amazing 28,000 square metres that includes warehouse and office space. The company worth $2bn has set up shop in Kurnell - which is basically the Shire's equivalent of a small country town. Image MONIQUE HARMER

3. A photoshoot outdoors in a natural setting such as a park or beach

Outdoor photoshoots are a great way to connect your business with the local community. They provide an opportunity to capture natural light and scenery, which can add a lot of interest to your photos. Plus, they can be a great way to connect with nature and get some fresh air. When choosing a location for your shoot, look for a place that has plenty of open space and good lighting. Parks and beaches are typically good choices, as long as there’s not too much foot traffic. And if you’re shooting in the summer, make sure to protect yourself from the sun with sunscreen and hats. With a little planning, you can make your outdoor photoshoot a success.

A portrait of Cellist Julian Thompson at Manly beach Australia
A portrait of Cellist Julian Thompson at Manly beach Australia. Image MONIQUE HARMER

4. A photoshoot at a popular tourist destination in your city

What better way to represent your company than by having a photoshoot at one of the most popular tourist destinations in your city? Not only will you be able to capture some amazing shots, but you’ll also be able to show potential clients and customers that you’re a company that’s not afraid to think outside the box. Plus, what better way to show off your city than by highlighting one of its most popular attractions? So if you’re looking for a creative way to promote your business, a photoshoot at a popular tourist destination is definitely worth considering.

Opera singer Anna Dowsley at the Sydney Opera House. Image MONIQUE HARMER

5. A themed photoshoot

A business branding photoshoot can be a great way to add some consistent, professional-looking photos to your brand’s social media platforms and marketing materials. But coming up with a theme for your shoot can be tricky! Luckily, we’ve got a few tips to help get your creative juices flowing.

First, think about what kind of message you want your photos to communicate. Are you trying to show off your product in use? or show off your company culture? Once you’ve got a message in mind, brainstorm a few different scenarios that would help communicate that message clearly.

Second, choose a location that will fit the theme of your shoot. If you’re going for a rustic vibe, an outdoor setting with some worn-down buildings might be perfect. If you want something more modern, an empty warehouse or loft space could work well.

  

Third, consider what kind of props you’ll need to bring in order to complete the look of your shoot. If you’re going for a vintage feel, some antique furniture or typewriters might do the trick. White walls and clean lines might be all you need for a minimalistic shoot. And finally, don’t forget the small details!These can make

Melanie Elwood event manager, Natasha Brennan CBH general manager, Lindsey Potts CBH marketing manager pose for a photo at Coogee Beach for Coogee Beach annual clean-up on Clean Up Australia Day hosted by Coogee Bay Hotel. Image MONIQUE HARMER

6. Take photos at a unique location that represents your company culture or brand

A business’s brand is more than just its logo– it’s the overall look and feel of the company. And one of the best ways to communicate a business’s brand is through photography. By taking photos at a unique location that represents the company culture or brand, businesses can effectively communicate their values to potential customers. In addition, business photos can be used in marketing materials such as website banners, brochures, and social media posts. So whether you’re capturing candid shots of employees hard at work or snapping pictures of your products in use, make sure to choose a location that accurately represents your business brand.

Monique Calarco- Performer, Tasnim Hossain Director, Jordan Shea- Writer, Thomas De Angelis- Writer & Chika Ikogwe. Image MONIQUE HARMER

7. Work with professional photographers who know how to capture the essence of your business

Any business owner knows that branding is essential to success. Your brand is what sets you apart from your competition and tells your customers who you are, what you stand for, and what they can expect from your products or services. But creating a strong brand is more than just coming up with a clever logo or catchy slogan. It’s about conveying the essence of your business in a way that resonates with your target audience. And one of the best ways to do that is through professional photography. A good photographer will be able to capture the unique essence of your business and help you convey it in a visually compelling way. So if you’re serious about branding, make sure to work with a photographer who knows how to capture the essence of your business.

8. Use props and backdrops to create interesting and eye-catching images

business branding is important for a business of any size. Backdrops and props can help to create interesting and eye-catching images which will help to promote your business. Professional photographs can be taken with backdrops and props which will help to make your business look more professional. You can also use backdrops and props to create unique marketing materials such as posters and flyers. Backdrops and props can also be used to decorate your office or shop, making it more inviting for customers. By using backdrops and props wisely, you can make a big impact on your business branding.

Joey Scandizzo - Dyson Styling Ambassador photographed styling new mum Laura Byrne at the Dyson Beauty Lab in the QVB on Wednesday July 10 2019. (IMAGE / MONIQUE HARMER)
Joey Scandizzo - Dyson Styling Ambassador photographed styling new mum Laura Byrne at the Dyson Beauty Lab in the QVB. Image MONIQUE HARMER

9. Shoot at different times of day for different lighting effects

As a business owner, you know that first impressions are everything. When potential customers see your website or business card for the first time, you want to make sure that your branding represents the best of what you have to offer. Part of creating a strong brand is taking high-quality photos that accurately reflect your business. And one way to ensure that your photos are always looking their best is to shoot at different times of day. Natural light can change dramatically throughout the day, and each lighting situation can create a different mood or feeling. By experiment with different times of day, you can find the perfect light to represent your business in all its glory. So don’t be afraid to get out there and start snapping away at different times of day – you may be surprised at the results!

Josh Webster at Macarthur FC. Image MONIQUE HARMER

10. Client meetings/interviews

Capture the essence of your business dealings and create lasting impressions. Invite a happy client who agrees to be photographed or videoed and Re-create a scenario showing your process working with your clients.

Michelle Okoda meeting with a student at Swissotel hotel Sydney. Image MONIQUE HARMER

Whether you’re looking to update your LinkedIn profile or just want a few great ideas for boosting your business and personal brand, we hope this article has given you some inspiration. If you’re in need of more help or want to take your corporate photoshoot up a notch, be sure to check out our other posts on the topic. And as always, feel free to reach out if you have any questions!

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