Offering Headshots At A Corporate Event? Use Custom Designed Backdrops To Stand Out

Many photographers who are offering their services at corporate events will provide headshots or group shots to potential clients. These shots are usually professional images that those who choose to have them taken can use on online resumes and sites like LinkedIn.

If you are offering headshots or simply have a photo booth at a corporate event, then using a custom-designed photography backdrop can help you stand out. Here's how.

Gives Your Clients Flexibility In Their Background Image

For the most part, corporate event photographers offer simple white or plainly colored backdrops for those who want headshots done. While this is what is traditionally done, it can make their headshots dull and not very interesting.

A custom designed backdrop, however, can make you stand out among the crowd, and potentially your client as well. Instead of plain white backgrounds, images of an office setting, garden, or mountainscape can catch the eye.

Gives Your Clients Fun and Exciting Images To Work With

There are some types of companies that rely on enticing customers by projecting exciting and fun events. If they only have the option of simple white backdrops for their headshots or other shots for their marketing, they may lose out on potential customers.

When you have several images on your backdrops, your clients now have exciting and fun choices to use as their backdrops for their pictures. This not only helps you gain companies in the adventure, travel, or other fun activity fields, it helps your customers stand out among their competitors, too.

Custom Designed Backdrops Offer More Opportunities Than Just Headshots

While the majority of photographers offer headshots for corporate events, when you have custom designed backdrops, you can offer more than that. It's possible that different companies are looking for unique and fun ways to advertise their business, and this can give them more opportunities to do that.

You could pose them in front of an image that can represent what their business does. For example, if they are a mountaineering company, or perhaps if they manufacture winter clothing and accessories, you could pose them in front of a mountainscape or winter scene. Custom backdrops can provide endless opportunities for creativity.

Gives You More Exposure and Interest In Your Business

When you stand out at a corporate event, you can gain more exposure and interest in your business and services. If you offer more than simple headshots with plain white backgrounds, it is possible you can gain clients who want you to photograph their wedding or family events, or even to do whole marketing campaigns for companies who have tried out your services at the corporate event.



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