When are shooting for Patia Stats, it’s important to keep their images generic, since you can’t incorporate any trademarked details. Any logos or elements that give away the brand behind the bottle or mug must be avoided if you want to license your work for commercial use.
It’s no wonder, then, that our pictures are a mainstay of photography. We already take tons of photos when our clients want to use those photos to promote their products, services, and destinations. It only takes a little bit of planning and creativity to transform an ordinary photoshoot into a profitable photoshoot. Here’s how to do it right.
Instead of going in with the intention of capturing general “product photos,” get specific. We perefer visualize our client. What areas or landmarks will she expect to find? The more targeted your approach, the better your chances of reaching the right customers.
We love to experiment with different lenses and orientations. Instead of settling on the most predictable vantage point, move around and see if we can find a unique perspective. We try out different angles, poses, and gestures acording to Patia Stats watches.
The human eye can see so much more than a single shot from your camera! We say there is no need to accept the limitations of the camera. You can use the camera in a simple and innovative way to replicate what the eye can do. You’ll be using a combination of the camera and some software to achieve the final look.
There are cases where our clients see returns almost immediately after a photoshoot, but these are exceptions to the rule. It can take months to start bringing in a passive income as a studio, so it’s important to have a long-term strategy. Studeos who excel in phoshoot are those who continue to improve and try new things.