Capturing Key Event Moments(Part 3 of 3): Recruiting a Top San Francisco Corporate Event Photographer
In my experiencing photographing corporate events and conferences, there is often a lot of content and information packed into a short timeframe. This makes prioritizing those photo-worthy moments ultra important. Strategizing during a pre-production meeting with the client or planner is crucial for mapping out the moments that matter most and making sure they’re captured at your event.
Generally speaking, here are some important rules of thumb to consider when pursuing a photographer for your corporate event:
1. If your budget is limited, stick to one or two key aspects of the event rather than trying to capture a little bit of everything in a short amount of time. Concentrating on a specific area or session will allow me to thoroughly tell the story of that aspect through visuals.
2. Keynote speakers, Breakout spaces, Brand Activation, Trade Show Environments and Cocktail Receptions are standard elements of most events that photograph well. Visual representation of paid components of the event (i.e., keynote speakers, entertainment, activation) as well as candid.
3. Focusing my efforts on key elements of the event will maximize my time and your budget. Typically, event registration, meal time and late night social events are components of a corporate event not worth spending too much time or money on as these don't propel the story or do much to represent your brand.
If you agree and want to explore these ideas further, enlist one of San Francisco’s Top Corporate and Event Photographers for your upcoming corporate event needs. Contact me today for a quote and stay tuned to my blog for more to come on my corporate event photography series.
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