Photographers are always looking to provide better services, helping to set the standard for modern freelance event photography.
– Most event photographers only use professional zoom lenses for event work. They are great at low light and work in all situations when you have to change perspectives at an instant. When its time to blow out that awful backdrop in a small room or you just need to adjust to very low light – use a faster prime lens. These are essential mix at live events. I usually always have at least two in the bag – 85mm, 50mm, 35mm, 20mm 1.8 or better still 1.4 – producing bright photos with amazing bokeh!
– Instant transmission of photos using WiFi straight from the camera, emailed to you for your social media. No more bad smartphone images! Or continuous processing on site uploaded to Flickr like here at DROIDCON
Elevated images using EVF cameras – lightweight cameras on a monopod using a fisheye lens!
Any business that is either in the process or has already established itself, will at some time organize and run a corporate event throughout the year.
When done well and done properly, events are powerful PR levers that can generate solid marketing traction for your brand.
Where many companies fail in reaping that reward, however, is either through not having a professional events photographer present to capture the event, or being too slow in amplifying the events activities afterwards, by not executing a quick follow-up marketing campaign.
If you’ve been savvy enough to hire a photographer, it’s their ability to quickly turnaround your images, that is pivotal in allowing you to do your Social Media follow up while the event is still fresh in the minds of the attendees.
Acting when the emotional intensity from an event is still high is a magnificent opportunity to develop brand advocates and evangelists.
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