What is a license? Images are the intellectual property of the creator, but for that property to generate income, photographers have to know their production costs, the value of their work, and the value of the usage their client is licensing.
I am a professional corporate photographer based in Austin Texas, specialized in creating images that can be used for marketing, promoting your next big event and documenting all of the excitement surrounding your event. I break down the different steps you can expect when working with me, everything from the initial phone call to when you can expect your images delivered.
In today's market, companies are spending lots of money in the endorsement of their products. From banner ads, social media presence to brochures, commercial photography is present everywhere and it is very important for companies to know, how to make use of commercial photography to improve their brand awareness.
Imagine this: You’re holding job interviews for an open position. You’re expecting two qualified interviewees to show up any minute when you hear a knock on the door. Both walk in, smiling, with resumes in hand. One is clean and prepared in a polished a business suit, the other is wearing gym clothes.
We all upload images to our Facebook pages, but do you know the best size to use when uploading to Facebook? Have you ever uploaded an image and it was pixelated or to small? Maybe you want to hire a photographer to create images for your Facebook page, how big of an image should you ask for? Without getting to technical in the details, lets dive into this subject and discover what size of image you should be using when you upload an image to Facebook!
Today, Score Austin sent me out to the Mexican American Cultural Center located in downtown Austin, Texas just days before the excitement of SXSW. I met up with, Morgan Messick, who is the marketing manager for International Accelerator (IA). Morgan was very nice and showed me around and explained to me what today is all about.