Content creation for a new restaurant
Anyone managing a business or business social media account knows that new, fresh content is key to success. User engagement and good content work hand in hand.
Firstly assess, what does your business need?
- Business headshots
- Property pictures
- Stock images
- Press release content
- Food photography
- Staff pictures
- Product photography
- Intro videos
- How to videos
- Behind the scenes video
The chances are most expanding businesses with any online presence will need some, if not all, of the above and possibly more.
In your current business how do you manage these requirements at the moment?
Chances are you don't have a content creation plan - you like most businesses look for someone to help you as a one off and normally as and when required, sometimes using a variety of suppliers.
What if you could outsource all of these requirements to one, reliable, consistent source?
We feel that by working closely with a company we can understand their business needs/ direction / message and together create a comprehensive plan of how to create engaging and fresh content.
Depending on what your business needs, we visit you, photograph/video your premises, your staff, your products and ensure a quick turnaround to keep the content fresh and relevant.
Regular interactions could mean once a month or once a year depending on what needs refreshing and updating.
What is key is that with some thought and planning a lot of your new content can be created in one day, minimising work place disruption.
Below are some examples of our popular Instagram-friendly videos, great for being short, punchy and all efficiently filmed with minimum fuss.
For more details regarding how we work with businesses to create great engaging content, see below:
Case study 1 - Doggie Apparel
Case study 2 - Namaste Restaurant
Case study 3 - Manor Vets
If you would like more information or to discuss your individual requirements please give me a call or drop me an email.
Alan - email@example.com - 07739 280016
A bit of a cliché, saying that I love my job but sometimes I do. Covering different events is a great chance to attend things that I would never normally go to.
This is the third year that I have had the opportunity to photograph the Wellbeing Symposium and awards. The event organised by Pillory Barn brings together the countries health and wellbeing leads into an information packed day of presentations, workshops and interactive demonstrations. I find that the event is a good fit for me as many of my existing photography clients are in the health, education and care sectors.
The highlights for me were listening to happiness guru Lord Layard - as someone who doesn't naturally smile a presentation on the economics of happiness was a real eye opener. Paralympian and TV favourite Steve Brown presentation was captivating and inspirational. Whist he was talking you could of heard a pin drop - I even briefly forgot to take pictures.
My brief was to capture the atmosphere of the event creating a visual record for press and PR purposes.