"The average person will read only 20% of a web page, but will view every image" - crowdriff.com
Decreasing attention spans, increasing visual communication and over a billion Instagram users world-wide mean only one thing: visuals matter
"Posts that include images produce 650% higher engagement than text-only posts" - webdam.com
The fact is, if a company wants to embark upon promoting a product via social media, immersive visuals are an absolute must
"People form a first impression in a mere 50 milliseconds" - researchgate.net
All social media statistics show that visual marketing is beginning to matter more than anything as the human eye is stimulated like never before. With the likes of Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest and others, companies need to immerse their target consumer into a visual experience in order to have any chance at cultivating interest.
My expeditions lead me to a diverse array of environments - lakes, forests, fields, meadows, beaches, caves, springs, waterfalls, escarpments, lookouts. In other words, I have year-round access, which I utilize, to an abundant set of aesthetically awe-inspiring stages. Your product can be featured in any which one of them.
Submit a proposal to me (using the form below) as to what sort of product you’d like photographed; mention any particular requests (i.e. cave setting, waterfall setting, half-submerged, high altitude, open field, frozen lake, etc.) that you envision for your product.
Step 2 .
After a consultation and a finalizing of plans, send me the product(s) — I may ask for multiples if the photos are being taken on or near water and the product is, to some extent, expendable.
Step 3 .
I send you a watermarked copy of the photos I’ve taken and, if interested, you would purchase them accordingly. This saves you from paying upfront for a service without seeing the results first.
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” — Albert Einstein
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