For a long time, corporate photography meant images of handshakes and professionals who smiled in business attire. While many companies have smartly moved from this, the company's image style is still abundant.
However, time is changing. Customers expect as much personality and uniqueness as they expect from professionalism. They do this by working with creative corporate photography in Dubai. Here are some things that you should consider when working with one too.
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Headshots are important, but look around the web and in the brochure and you will see the same boring pose: A view of three quarters of people around chest level with a solid background (usually gray or blue). Nobody says it's more rigid, boring, and not creative than this type of shot. While some would argue that certain corporate cultures, such as law firms, would require this more traditional image, it is still possible to combine the traditional with the more modern ones.
Team photos are common in corporate photography and a great way to show off who you are. Unless your company has specific dress rules, hiring employees is just as ridiculous and perpetuating the idea of conformity rather than the uniqueness desired by many companies.
Taking photos of them often means people are tight and posing awkwardly. To avoid this, try to make the session fun and light hearted. Maybe consider asking your photographer to wander around taking photos of people on their element (without blocking of course).