COMPANY CULTURE // CORPORATE PHOTOGRAPHER
HOW TO TAKE CORPORATE HEADSHOTS, OFFICE PHOTOS, EMPLOYEE TEAM HEADSHOTS, PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS HEADSHOTS, VOLUNTEER + RECRUITMENT PHOTOS. CORPORATE HEADSHOT TIPS.
If you are looking to tell your business’ story through casual corporate headshots, employee headshots, office headshots, business headshots, office space interior, company culture, corporate events & conferences, conventions, team building outings, creative corporate group shots, volunteer days, community involvement, about us section of your website, let’s talk about your corporate photography needs!
Communicating a vibrant, rewarding, fun, team and work environment through images, headshots and about us sections can set you apart from others companies here in the San Francisco Bay Area competitive job market.
When people look for reputation, professionalism, culture – they browse your website, Linkedin, Glassdoor and other social media platforms. I am available to capture office and lifestyle environments, employee headshots, volunteer days, and off-site team-building events and more. Read about why you should invest in employee headshots at your company.
Most employees hate headshot day and how they look – usually these photos are taken quickly, obscure locations like the kitchen and hardly used outside an ID badge or internal directory. Make sure you get cool company photos employees love and will use on websites, press and social media to promote your brand and attract candidates. Don’t let stale, stiff and lethargic headshots sabotage your company’s image to investors, clients, partners and customers. View examples below for inspiration on how to tell your company’s story.
Employees from Facebook, Google, Pinterest, Instagram, Glassdoor, Workday, Macy’s, Sephora, YouTube, Apple, Stripe, Andreessen Horowitz, Waymo, Yelp, Uber, Lyft, LinkedIn, Tesla and NetApp come to me when they want something beyond a generic, boring corporate headshot.
Corporate Headshot Tips – How To Take Corporate Headshots
It’s important to understand what is needed for your headshot day at the office. Choosing a background in the office and using black and white photos creates more consistency while reducing the need to rely on a photographer you are not terribly happy with. Color photos are recommended for liveliness and culture but black and white is more consistent across the board. Expanding headshots beyond just top level executives can enable a better branding experience for your company as photos can be used for press releases, Linkedin profiles, conferences, Meetups, speaker series and social media. Photos should be taken in landscape and portrait mode to provide most versatility for all possible use cases.
For additional LinkedIn employee headshot tips including cropping, sizing, posing, spacing, attire etc, read this: https://eddie-hernandez.com/linkedin-headshots/
About Eddie Hernandez
San Francisco Photographer: Professional Headshots, People Portraits, LinkedIn Photos, Corporate + Business Headshots, Company Culture + People Photography for non-profits, startups, small business owners, professional firms and local organizations.
Specialties include: casual employee headshots, work style corporate headshots, LinkedIn headshots, business headshots, executive portraits, professional headshots, office headshots, creative branding portraits, CEO portraits, modern company culture and environmental office head shots. I primarily shoot outdoors, public spaces and client sites (on location, before work, after work, lunch breaks) and specialize in location scouting and creative direction. Assistance with wardrobe and styling is available.
If you are in search of ideas for team building events, community involvement ideas or ways to build corporate culture, you have come to the right person. I know how to anticipate moments, interact with employees seamlessly and standby as a fly on the wall to let things transpire naturally.
During my time at Loopnet, I served on our Community Involvement Board responsible for fundraising, partnering with foundations, nonprofits and social causes, crafting communications to garner volunteers for events, capturing team members off-site as well as developing fun outlets for team members to interact and bond outside of work.
My ability to put people at ease, guide poses, provide unique backgrounds and create a fun photo shoot filled is what separates me from others. If you hate taking photos or are camera shy, you have come to the right person for your pictures.
Serving the greater SF Bay Area including Santa Clara, Fremont, Concord, Hayward, Sacramento, Oakland, Berkeley, San Francisco, San Mateo, Marin County, Petaluma, Sonoma, Napa, Walnut Creek, Santa Clara, Santa Rosa, Palo Alto, San Jose, Stanford, Silicon Valley, Mountain View, Sunnyvale and Menlo Park. Will travel to Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, internationally and client sites.
Contact me today for more information, pricing, availability: https://eddie-hernandez.com/contact/
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