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Category Archives: Corporate Photography

How To Shoot A Poorly Lit Stage At A Corporate Event?

I love photographing corporate events. Believe it or not, one of my key motivators is overcoming obstacles that come my way. In the example below, I scoped out the stage in advance and the room lights were on full power, but there was no stage lighting. When I returned later, the room lights were turned…
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Commercial Photography Images In Raleigh & RTP: Inside and Outside

The image to the right was taken in downtown Raleigh outside the Wake County Courthouse during a commercial photoshoot that also included video work. It was a commercial photography shoot for a law firm to use on their website. The three people pictured are the three that work in the firm. As you know, you…
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7 Tips For Photographing Events: Corporate or Consumer

I absolutely love shooting corporate events and working with companies of all sizes from small business to multi-billion dollar international companies. In this post, I'll share a few tips that may help you with your own event photography whether family, consumer or corporate. The image that you see to the right was shot in Pinehurst,…
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Corporate Event Photography in Raleigh NC – Choosing The Right Photographer

  Hosting a special corporate party event? Planning a huge community fundraiser?  You should consider hiring a professional event photographer to assist you!  Capturing these special moments at your big event will allow you and your guests to remember your big event for years to come.  These images will also be a wonderful keepsake for…
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Leading Lines in Photography – Study the Subject to Create Something Different

There’s an important aspect of photographic composition that advertising firms have known (and taken advantage of) for a long time: the concept of “leading lines.” When human beings look at visual images, their eyes tend to follow straight lines. Web sites are designed around this principle. Usability studies have found that a web viewer’s eye…
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