“Marketing is no longer about the stuff you make, but about the stories you tell.”
Professional headshots are your first impression in the digital space. Steel Shutter Photography can help you get to the heart of your story, giving you photographs that create a powerful connection with your audience. Whether you need more traditional headshots, or are looking for creative portraits, Jeremy can work with you to create the right images for your corporate culture.
You’ve worked hard honing a unique brand identity to engage with your ideal customers. Your staff photographs should fit your brand and create a human connection with those customers. Jeremy can capture your staff in an environment that expresses your work in a visually striking way. Here, the architectural background connects the portrait to the company’s industry, while an unusual pose adds character and depth.
Law firms and professionals in the Dallas / Fort Worth area have unique needs. Jeremy is skilled at capturing strong marketing and portrait photographs for lawyers. The composition and style of your portrait can distinguish you from the competition and attract your ideal clients. This portrait tells a unique story with movement, natural lighting, and the architectural environment.
This portrait has rich movement and texture, with an emphasis on color and personality. Dynamic lifestyle portraits such as this one are useful for creating compelling digital and print marketing materials and editorial content. It’s estimated that colorful images increase a person’s likelihood of reading content by 80%.
Patients often make their first connection with healthcare providers on the internet. Personable, compelling photographs create a human connection and put potential patients at ease. The strength of your website, including your photographs, is a critical component in building patient trust in the digital age. Jeremy specializes in healthcare photography, allowing him to craft a visual narrative for your practice with ease.
Looking to update your organization’s photography?