This is a full description of services available from Emberlight Imagery. While being expansive, it does not cover every possible service available. If you are searching for something not listed, feel free to contact us for information regarding feasibility of providing the service.
Emberlight Imagery can produce quality video from pre-production through post production and everything in between. Working in documentary style, videos for promotion, training, and sales as well as informational pieces are available at your request. Emberlight Imagery is additionally willing to work freelance as a Videographer / Cinematographer or Director of Photography.
“VIVID IMAGERY OF YOUR COMPANY IS KEY FOR RELATIONS WITH CUSTOMERS, CLIENTS, AND SHAREHOLDERS.”
Corporate, Industrial, and Annual Report photography often display work spaces, company team members in action, produced or sold products, and lifestyle where your company lives.
Corporate / Industrial photography for both promotional publication and annual report creation will be a vital part of a company’s marketing mix. Good Corporate / Industrial photography can help you sell products and services more efficiently by illustrating exactly who you are and what you do. It provides potential customers and share-holders a window into the world of your daily operations with the control and care to ensure only your side is showing. In a world where image is increasingly everything, it is important to provide the best image possible. That’s where I come in. I hope I can work for you and bring you and your company into the best light.
TYPICAL SHOT TYPES
The CEO – The public face of your company.
The Staff – The team members that move the company forward.
Customer Service – The friendly front line between the company and its clients.
The Products -What your company has to offer.
Lifestyle – The image you want the client to believe you will provide them with.
Architecture – Your place of business, interior and exterior.
Details – The little things that make your business shine.
Model Illustration- The photography and post production work to put your model into perspective
“PHOTOGRAPHY CAN PROVIDE A POWERFUL TOOL TO PRESENT CONCEPTS TO THOUGHTFUL VIEWERS.”
Editorial Illustrations can provide that little visual push to bring home a concept or idea for your target audience.
Looking at the photo one thinks: “And that’s the way that it was.” Or is it? Photography can be more than a simple reflection of events or a record of what was. Much like any other form of art, photography can be crafted, molded, and skillfully formed to produce a visual narrative. A story for the eyes. If a picture can say a thousand words, one can craft what those words are and not leave them to chance.
TYPICAL SHOT TYPES
Still Life – Constructing an image that relays a narrative.
Stock – The image captured that can tell many stories.
Illustrative – Photographs that accompany a story or form an essay. I am especially fond of highlighting the efforts of non-profit organizations.
Photojournalism – Imagery for either news publications or magazines that follows strict rules regarding editing to maintain the integrity of the image.
“ANYONE CAN TAKE A PHOTOGRAPH OF A PERSON. I AIM TO UNIQUELY CAPTURE WHO A PERSON IS, BEYOND JUST HOW THEY LOOK.”
Who are you? This question should be at the root of good portraiture. It should tell a story that brings the viewer closer to true understanding; that is to say, it should be a form of visual communication.
We have all been there once, from school photos as children, to that photo studio in the mall, or perhaps as members of a wedding party. Stand here, sit there, turn your head, say “Cheese”. (Pro-Tip: never say cheese. Ever.) In the end, the photographer provides you with a posed image of yourself, and surprise, it looks just like every other picture in the yearbook, on the studio wall, or on their website. This is unacceptable. To truly take someone’s portrait requires establishing a connection. Expect to take a moment to talk, say hello, discuss what you want to say, then I will do the rest!
TYPICAL SHOT TYPES
Narrative- Constructed images that combine the subject with the environment to tell a story.
Illustrative – Portraits intended to be paired with biographical information.
Lifestyle – Free-form capture of a subject simply being who they are; the so called “photo-journalistic style”.
Fashion – Images to support models and designers
Conservative – The standard corporate “Head Shot”
Stylized illustration of a product for use in sales and advertising. Can be high production, outdoors or on solid background (color, black, or white)
The cleaning, balancing and correcting of RAW images for publication and / or the composting of images and digital illustration. Available to other photographers / studios on a freelance basis.
Available for private lessons and workshops to share the love of the art of photography. Inquire via email belowfor more information.