Steel Shutter Photography specializes in attorney portraits and law firm photography. From photoshoots in your boardroom to portraits at the courthouse, Steel Shutter Photography will work with you to create the professional, quality images your firm needs. Based in the Dallas / Fort Worth area, Steel Shutter Photography will travel to wherever your law firm does business.
In this recent shoot for Deans & Lyons, bright lighting and a modern environment set the tone for this distinctive law firm. With a cutting edge, modern website, these sleek photos are the perfect addition to the Deans & Lyons image.
How to get the right attorney portraits for you
1. Choose experience
Jeremy Enlow of Steel Shutter Photography has published more than 44,000 images worldwide. His expertise shows in his professional, efficient, and creative photoshoots. As busy attorneys, you don’t have time to waste. Steel Shutter Photography will make the best use of your time, giving you quality images that reflect your firm.
2. Showcase your unique strengths
What is it that sets your law firm apart? Your images should showcase your unique strengths and personality. According to one study, people judge your images within 50 milliseconds. That means the images you put on your website and marketing material carry an incredible weight. You need images that stand out and grab your clients’ attention immediately. You only have one chance to get this right.
3. Take your photos in the right environment
Steel Shutter Photography will work with you to design a photoshoot that shows your law firm in action. From inside your office to the inside of the courtroom, the location of your photoshoot will be customized to suit your needs. There’s no one size fits all plan. Every detail will be made to suit your firm.
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