Having clear and accurate images for your products is a must for online sales and for the online research people do when looking for new products. We worked with Eaton Detroit Springs to capture some of the springs, coils, and other parts they offer. It’s best to use a plain background so the focus of the image is the product and nothing else. We don’t want to take away from what you’re selling, we want to emphasize it! Here are some of the products we photographed:
Barbara Boldt came to the studio for a branding portrait shoot. She wanted branding content to add to her website, and we were happy to help! We took some shots around the Burroughs building, where our studio is, and they turned out fantastic. Being able to take different shots in various places really optimizes the possibilities of what we can do! Barbara works for Barbara Boldt Global Communications in Farmington where she works with corporate professionals and entrepreneurs on speaking to others in a way that is clear, concise, and meaningful. She coaches her clients in small groups, one-on-one, or virtually. As someone who works with others on presenting themselves professionally and confidently, it was essential to portray Barbara in the same manner. Take a look!
We stopped by a home on Yanich Drive in Troy for a real estate shoot. The colonial is just over 1,800 square feet with three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. There’s an attached two car garage, a wood-burning fireplace, and a large yard. The basement is partially finished and in good condition. In the back of the house is a nice wooden deck, great for the warm weather months in Michigan. We included some photos from the shoot to share with you!
Greg Coyne came by for a personal headshot session. Greg works as a sales and management consultant for Gerry Weinberg & Associates, Inc. As someone who works with a variety of people outside of his own office, it’s important for his headshot to appear presentable, respectable, and confident when he is searched for online in places such as Linkedin. He came to the right place to get a professional headshot!
We visited a ranch on Addison Avenue in Canton for a real estate shoot for Realtor, Jerry Cislo. This home has three bedrooms,1.5 baths, and just over 1,300 square feet. The home has a natural stone fireplace, white kitchen cabinetry, and a finished basement. It is move in ready! The ranch sits on the corner of a street, so the yard is mostly on the side of the lot. There is a two car detached garage and a sun room, as well. Now it only needs some love! Let’s take a tour:
We recently photographed American House, a senior living community, in Southfield, Michigan. We captured exterior shots of the building, as well as interior, ranging from the common areas to the gym to the living spaces. Let’s check it out!
Here is the Google Business Tour for Henry Ford Quick Care Clinic in Detroit, Michigan. We especially love touring medical facilities because we know clients are given peace of mind being able to see where they will be during their appointment. To be able to see where everything is and what the environment is like is enough to settle someone’s mind who may be nervous or uneasy. Take the tour below!
I had the opportunity to photograph this beautiful condo in South Canton for Jason Borregard from Clients First Realtors and used the shots to put together this informative slideshow video. The exterior of the condo is a combination of brick and stone, giving it a home-y, welcoming vibe. As soon as you walk in, you’re met with grand ceilings and natural light from the large window above the front door. The kitchen has been updated with modern stainless appliances and dark mahogany cabinetry. This condo has two bedrooms (one of which has a fireplace!), two bathrooms, two half bathrooms (the dream!), and a finished basement! Don’t just read about it, though. Check out this video to see for yourself what a charming place it is!
Sharer Design Group focuses on transforming kitchens and bathrooms into spaces their clients will love. They remodeled a kitchen in a Livonia home and we were happy to capture the finished product! Let’s check it out.