We worked with Integrity Naturals to photograph a display shelf of their line of skincare products. Integrity Naturals offers online ordering to anyone, but they also sell directly to other businesses. Portraying what a display shelf would look like is a fantastic idea to show current and prospective business customers what your products would look like on display in their own store. This was actually shot in the owner’s living room because of the challenge of transporting a glass shelf. So, the shot came with some challenges, but we think it turned out pretty well!
Welcome to Flushing Orthodontics in Flushing, MI! Take a virtual stroll through the offices and peek around to see what they have in store for their clients. We love Google Business View tours because you can capture everything. We especially love that you can “walk” inside the x-ray rooms and see the large machinery. Take a look around!
We worked with Spark Headphones to photograph their Smart Glow Headphones in non-glow mode. Although the selling feature of this product is the glowing, it’s important to have photos of the product when it’s not on so customers know what it looks like. If you have a product that changes from it’s original form, it’s beneficial to have photos of your product in all of it’s forms. This allows the customer to know what to expect when purchasing the product, and can even help decide whether they order or not.
We recently shot a 360-degree panoramic Google tour for The Learning Tree – South located in Livonia, Michigan. The Learning Tree is a child care facility dedicated to providing quality child care programs for children from six weeks to thirteen years of age. The tour showcases the classrooms and outdoor play area at the learning center. A Google Streetview Trusted tour is a great way to showoff daycare, after school care, and classroom spaces to potential families considering your facility. Call us today to schedule a shoot of your facility!
We stopped by Tittle Brothers Construction in Canton for a Google Business View Tour. Tittle Brothers Construction works on just about every part of a house you can imagine! From roofing and siding to chimneys and insulation, they have you covered. GBV tours are a great way to appear higher in search results on Google and more of your company’s information will be displayed on the results page if you have a tour. It’s also a useful tool for showing customers where you’re located and what to expect when they get there. Check out the tour below!
We recently had a real estate shoot of a ranch on Steephollow Dr. in White Lake, Michigan. The best part is the 180 degree view that you have of Tull Lake. Yes, the house is right on the lake! It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,500 square feet of space, making it the largest property in the subdivision. The home has had many new improvements, including a roof and siding, fresh paint job inside and outside, two new furnaces, and new front landscaping. The quaint home comes with an over-sized garage, perfect for extra storage or holding a boat. Inside the house, the walls are painted a comfortable cream, and a stone fireplace stands in the middle of the open floor plan. The house was undergoing some work when we came to shoot, so excuse the tape and plastic coverings. Now, let’s check it out!
We recently had a real estate shoot for a house on Tournament Drive in Northville, Michigan. We had no idea when we got there how beautiful and breathtaking it would be! The sandy-toned stone house appears castle-like when you pull up to it. With five bedrooms, four bathrooms and almost 4,300 square feet, we had a lot of great content to shoot. Take a look at the high ceilings, spa-like bathroom, open-floor layout, and exceptional backyard. Did we mention the shoe closet?! Let’s take a look inside…
We joined Union Partners at Comerica Park for the Tigers’ last home game of the season to capture their employee picnic. It was a blast shooting this event! Union Partners is an investment company that creates relationships with its partners who work in the metals and logistics industry. This event brought together their partners from the different companies for a day dedicated just to them – an employee celebration! Employees brought their families, there was a buffet of yummy food, face painting, and they enjoyed watching some baseball. It was a great time for everyone! Here are some highlights from the day.
Design:retail held a forum in Detroit on September 12-14 for those who work in the retail design industry. We shot two full days of the event in Detroit, where the forum was held at The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit. It was a three day event that lasted two full days and another half a day. Attendees were transported to a few different locations for dinners or special events, like Detroit Motor City, College of Creative Studies, and the Detroit Institute of Arts. The second night they hold a Portfolio Award ceremony for notable people in the industry to be recognized for their work. Some of the speakers during the weekend event included the CEO of Shinola, Tom Lewand; eBay’s Head of Impact & Giving, Chris Librie; the Midwest Design Coordinator of Whole Foods Market, Christine Sturch; and design:retail’s very own Editor-in-Chief/Associate Publisher, Alison Embrey Medina. This is a paid event that occurs once each year at a different locations throughout the country and brings together the cream of the crop in the design retail industry. It’s a great setting for those who want to learn about the latest trends, take advice from those who lead the industry, and build relationships. We took so many shots, but here are a few to highlight the amazing weekend event.
Recently, Eileen Harryvan hopped into the studio for a headshot photography shoot with us! Eileen works for Active Regeneration, as an independent BEMER distributor. Eileen came to the shoot prepared with different outfits to try out. This is always a good idea, as it gives you more looks to choose from. As you can see below, she simply threw on a blazer and it changed her look dramatically, giving her strong, respectable, and professional presence. The outfit really does matter in your headshot!