A flat lay image is basically any photo taken from a birds eye perspective. Usually they are styled with some sort of theme for the contents. They have been made popular by Instagram influencers and are a great tool for promoting your brand too! Today I’d like to share some tips for styling and shooting your own office flat lay photos for promoting your brand on Instagram.Read More
As we were brainstorming for her branding photo shoot, Wendy of Middle of Six asked if we could get a photo that conveyed a busy, bustling office. We had a lot of fun creating these photographs and I was so pleased with the results that I wanted to share them with you and teach you how YOU can create branding photographs that convey motion too!Read More
Do you ever feel like you’re in this small business journey on your own? Like you have to learn everything the hard way? Like no one is there for you to help guide you? Click here!Read More
I’ve got a new composition tip for you today that will help you take your brand photography to the next level!Read More
Learn how to up your brand photography game with S curves!Read More
Ever wonder how I light my photos or how I have so many different counter surfaces to work with? Here is a peak behind the scenes of a photo I created…Read More
Find out the most effective marketing tactic on this blog post!Read More
People love a good story. As Gary Vaynerchuck says, “It's about stories. If I can tell the story to America, whether it's Riesling or a boxer from Harlem, it will sell.” That is the number one reason you should show your customers behind the scenes photos! To tell the story of how and why you make what you sell.Read More
Often times people ask me, “is your house really always that clean? How do your pictures come out so clean and uncluttered?” Although I do keep a pretty clean and uncluttered house (for my own sanity), the answer is no, it’s not always perfectly clean and my dishes are not always done.Read More
Have you ever tried to shoot a flatlay image and outright failed?
I’ve been there.
When I first started shooting flatlays they felt awkward and forced. Over time I have learned a few helpful tips that I want to share with you today.Read More
Light is the most important part of photography. When I am photographing product I make sure to turn off any artificial lights in my workspace and open all the blinds. I find a window with lots of light pouring in.Read More