Planning an event? They are filled with stories. From the host to the participants. They all have their own. You put so much time and effort into running an event you must capture the day. For posterity and for future marketing
You spend a lot of time making your products, getting them ready for market. You want them to look their best when selling them online to maximise your sales which is where a professional photographer comes in.
People want to know you and recognise you when they see you online. Having an up to date portrait can help people recognise you across social media.
The online video revolution is here. If you are not using video in your marketing, to communicate your story and your ‘why’ then you are missing out. You can record your event, present to camera or show off your premises. Endless possibilities
For almost 30 years we have been capturing the world around us to create our own story. In the spring of 2017 we launched a new chapter in our story, our event and corporate photography business along with our 'The Climbing Photographer' brand. We hope you will be part of our story.
The video revolution is not going to be the next big thing. I think it’s already here and it driving down attendance at your business event. But that doesn’t need to be the case. People need more of a reason to go out now than before and video is a great way to engage with Read more about Why is video bad for your business event[…]
Marc Ford asked us to film his keynote in Bristol and produce a showreel from it using footage he’d previously had filmed. We really enjoyed working on this project for Marc and look forward to working with him again in the future
Crossposting on Facebook Facebook allows you to upload a video to one page and share that video with other pages, this is crossposting. But why should you set it up and what if you only have one page? Should you care? Well yes, you should care. When crossposting was introduced it was a long overdue Read more about Crossposting videos on Facebook – How and why you should[…]
David and I grab 4 Minutes to discuss being judged by your car, Mountains and what it’s like when you work with your mates
I travel the country interviewing the best business owners in networking. Today it is Paul Cohen from Taylory.
You’re an expert at what you do and you use 4sights to impart your knowledge and your story on to a room of people. People who have paid money to be there and listen to you. But how do you use this to spread your message further afield? How do you get seen by many Read more about 4Sight Filming[…]
I travel the country interviewing the best business owners in networking. Today was the turn or Jen Hinds from Always Oarsome!
For the first 33 years of my life I loved my cameras. Well… I loved being behind the lens. Being in front of the camera was an entirely different matter. It was something I avoided as best I could. There was always that group photo where, wanting to be part of the group and not Read more about It used to be a love hate kind of thing[…]
This is David Heffernan telling his story. He spent time living rough as a young man because he didn’t want to be an accountant. He didn’t want to follow the career that had been chosen for him. As a result, he ended up founding a charity to help the vulnerable and homeless. After that he Read more about Dave Heffernan on Armed Robbery and life choices[…]
I heard that Sam Pratt from Captive North (captivenorth.co.uk) was coming down to Tamworth to give his 4sight called “Where’s my lightbulb?” all about being creative, so I headed along as I am a fan of his work. Sam started off by telling everyone that they had a creative side to including those who thought they Read more about 4N Tamworth Breakfast gets creative[…]