Photographing Big Corporate Events and Personalities

Photographing Big Corporate Events and Personalities

Photographing Big Corporate Events and Personalities

Photography, just like any other profession, its a ladder. You can’t reach the top without taking the many bottom steps preceding the few top steps. Starting out as a rookie, but a very ambitious and aspiring one, I’ve always dreamt of working at the top. If you’re honest with yourself, you’d always see your growth and progression taking you where you deserve to be. I think the current life of a photographer prepares you for your next step on the ladder and as you gain more experience and knowledge and skill and expertise, so you gain more step in your wake.

In corporate event photography, photographing large, multi-day events was something I really intend to achieve at some point in time. Am not talking about some “one-off gig” here and there, but constant shot working as part of a team comprising CEO and business executives of large corporations. I mean, once you work with the “big boys”, you’ll always want to remain working with the big boys. It’s a high-pressure environment and a creative corporate event photographer with years of experience is the only way to go, because special events need a special photographer.

Las Vegas Corporate Event Photographer
Las Vegas Corporate Event Photographer Christian Purdie. Call 702-530-4384 now to book your next Las Vegas corporate event photography session.

The stakes are higher at the top

Large-scale production is synonymous with large-scale expectations. As rewarding as it may seem, it comes with its own added pressure. Most of my engagement with large corporate organizations centers on creative visual content to serve one or more of the following purposes: advertising, promotion, and documentation. And generally to shoot images that present the companies services and products in the best possible light.

And the subject of this photography session with a large team can vary greatly from industrial premises and equipment, through products and production processes, to corporate events and companies’ staff and personnel.

Hence, working with corporate CEO actually requires more than just being a corporate event expert. I’d have to incorporate different areas of photography including landscape, portraiture, photojournalism, and editorial photography working with a single company or team.

 Experience and Equipment is the key 

Working in a team with Executives and marketing directors requires a lot from the photographer. Everything is large-scale – lights, budget, sound, sets, big company personnel, and industry leaders. At that level, there are no cutting corners, I rely on my experience over the years and high-end equipment to get me through the objective: which is to create a Strong, clean, visually engaging creative content to help my client market, promote, share, sell and explain its brand vision and story. Event Photography: Busy, busy, busy and an experienced event photographer is the best bet for your investment.



Recent Posts

Las Vegas Strip Photographer

We're Las Vegas natives and if you’re looking for a Las Vegas strip photographer you've come to the right location. We understand the strip and all of the little hidden gem locations that most photographers never see. The strip is a busy location and if you want a session there you need a Las Vegas strip photographer that can guide you through the strip like a Sherpa in Nepal.

Las Vegas Corporate Headshot Photographer

Your company’s website and collateral material should match. These things should be unique, fit your company’s brand, but be uniform to each other. Working as a Las Vegas corporate headshot photographer, we understand how valuable your time and your brand is.
Photographing big corporate event and personalities
Article Name
Photographing big corporate event and personalities
Photographing big corporate events and big personalities by Christian Purdie. Call 702-530-4384 to book your next Las Vegas event photography session.
Publisher Name
Christian Purdie Photography
Publisher Logo