Posts tagged photography branding
4 Brand Elements You Need to Launch Your Business with a Bang

Have you ever felt that there are some things holding you back from launching your business? Or even, starting to promote your passion project?

There’s a lot out there about branding and quality visuals nowadays, and when you're starting out it can be utterly overwhelming with all the things you need to do. 

This is perfect if you're in the beginning stages of your business and want to get moving without investing a lot into branding on the onset. Today I would love to go over the elements you need to get started and look legit.

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Tell Tale Signs You're Ready for a Rebrand

I’m working with a client right now who has a great brand that I didn’t create.

A lot of business owners start out all gung ho. They’re excited to get started and they either DIY or hire a designer for a logo and piece things together to make it work until they can make things more professional down the line and invest in branding. 

I think it’s wonderful when business owners recognize the worth and value that comes with branding and how it can catapult your business to new heights, but how do you know if you need either A) a brand refresh or B) a full rebrand from the ground up? Here’s how to know for sure.

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Why I Love Branding

There are a lot of aspects to branding. It’s sometimes hard to put your finger on all the things that branding includes, from putting personality onto paper and a mission and vision into details, it’s a complex and intriguing task. But the use of the multiple mediumsand detailed aspects is what makes branding so appealing to me.
 

So today I would love to share with you the reasons I love branding and hopefully it can shine a light on the intricacies of branding and you can learn a little about me in the process. 

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3 Tips to DIYing your Brand Photos

If you’ve ever thought that you need a fancy camera or expensive props for getting brand photos, you're mistaken. Although its nice to have all the top notch equipment (I wouldn’t know), you can definitely get good quality photos using a few tips. But also, I do need to say, it takes a practice. It may not be perfect the first few shoots, at least, mine weren't, but after you get a few shoots down, I'm positive you can make some great images.  

On Monday I talked about how much you can level up your business with quality photographs. So, for a moment think about your business and how you want it to be represented. What kind of photos do you want? Bright? Dark? Full of contrast? Minimal?Whatever it is, you can make it happen– just keep your vision in mind, so let's get started!

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