Tradeshow Photographer: It’s All About Your Customers
As a tradeshow photographer, I’ve have been working with trade show organizers and exhibitors for a long time now. Just as you already know, if you are a trade show marketer or exhibit manager, part of your job is to provide value for your company or client. With our expertise in capturing the stories of your exhibit, 80% of your branding and imaging responsibility is lifted off your shoulder.
From our considerable years of experience working with numerous trade show managers and clients, capturing the right digital images has become first impulse – it comes naturally. Photos tell the whole story of your event, from start to finish. Most especially for those who could not be there.
You might be wondering, how can these pictures be of help to my business and my customers? To that, we say more than you can imagine. With us, that’s the essence of Tradeshow photography. Which is to reward your efforts in organizing the expos and setting up expensive trade booths.
Photos for all purposes
Our trade show coverage goes beyond high-quality images meant for storytelling and keeping memories. Photographing your trade events or conferences, we ensure you have photos for the following purposes:
For your website: your business has a story and we can help you tell it. We produce images suitable for your website, and there are only a few better ways to let your customers know what you’re up to than a bunch of breathtaking, high-quality Photo Tell the whole story.
Post-show reporting: we have had Clients who report back to their company executives or customers with a show report summarizing the events, conference or tradeshow as the case may be. However, why tell when you can show? If you think the way we do, then be rest assured that you’d get select photos that are much more compelling and interesting than words could ever be.
Press release: talking about a great way to talk about your brand, what could possibly be better than to have images of products and services featured in your booth? Statistically, you’re most likely to view articles with images as opposed to those without images. Be sure we’ll have the perfect photo waiting for your next press release.