GUARANTEE GOOD BUSINESS!

People. Products. Photoshoots

People. Products. Photoshoots. The combination of these three can empower a brand create awareness, expand reach, build trust and increase engagement and sales. That’s why we say, a photoshoot can guarantee good business for a brand.

REASONS
WHY PHOTOGRAPHY IS A MUST!

A product is as good as its photoshoot! If your audience hasn’t seen your product in person yet, they rely completely on its photos to make the right choice. A good photoshoot is the guarantee that what they see is exactly what they get. But the job of a photoshoot does not end there. A photoshoot speaks more about a brand than just making its products look beautiful.

  • It tells the audience that a brand is genuine
  • It helps a brand connect with its audience better
  • It enhances the brand value

8 FACTS THAT WILL MAKE YOU WANT A PHOTOSHOOT!

01

People remember only 10% of
information three days after
reading it. Adding a photo can
improve recollection by 65%

02

Images on Facebook
receive 20% more
engagement than videos
and 352% more
engagement
than (text only) posts.

03

Articles with relevant
images get 94% more
views
compared to articles
without images.

04

Consumers are 60% more
likely to consider
or contact a
business that has an image
show up in local search results.

05

67% of consumers say the
quality of a product image is
“very important” in selecting
and purchasing the product.

06

Press releases with photo(s) and/or
multimedia received 40% more views than text-only releases.

07

44% of people said they’d
ditch reading a (web)page
altogether if the images
weren’t loading correctly.

08

When a real photo
of a client was tested against a top-performing stock photo, visitors who saw the real customer
were 35% more likely to respond.

8 FACTS THAT WILL MAKE YOU WANT A PHOTOSHOOT!

PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY MODEL PHOTOGRAPHY CORPORATE PHOTOGRAPHY

OUR 5 STEPS TO CLICKING
EXCEPTIONAL PHOTOS!

01

Understand your requirement and know your budget

02

Brainstorm with our team on how we can make your product stand out and come up with ideas

03

Present different ideas and finalise which ones to go ahead with

04

Prepare the studio or outdoor location

05

Conduct the photoshoot with only the best talent

WHY BRAND BAZOOKA FOR PHOTOSHOOTS?

As an award-winning agency with a proven track record of over 11 years, we have undertaken many photoshoot projects for our clients. From real estate to FMCG, from technology to apparels, from hospitality to skin care, we have completed dozens of photoshoot projects that have done wonders for our clients across various media. With our network of top class photographers and production houses, you can be sure about a top class photoshoot for your product.

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frequently asked questions

Commercial photography is the high-quality photography of products and services to promote, market and sell them and is used for billboards, posters, digital advertisements, product catalogues, magazines and more.

Photographs are the best way to show the audience what you can offer them – be it a product, service or an experience. High-quality images of your offerings on advertising materials can make people want your product or service more, thus increasing their engagement and sales.

Photography can be used in business for many reasons. Some of the major ones include:

  • Packaging
  • Catalogues
  • Advertisements – Billboards, posters, newspapers, magazines and more
  • Videos – Explainer videos, corporate videos and more
  • Social media posts
  • Store branding
  • Website design

There are many different types of commercial photography shoots. The major ones include:

  • Product
  • Fashion
  • Model headshots
  • Environmental portraits
  • Automobile
  • Jewellery
  • Food
  • Real estate

Photographs are a great way to communicate with your employees or target audience. From conveying your company’s image to communicating your business message, there is a lot that photos can say to your audience. Example, a tempting picture of a Chinese dish on an ad, is an open invite to your audience to come and visit your restaurant.

Absolutely! SEO is a complex process and needs professional help. Here are 3 aspects of SEO that an expert can help you with.

  1. Website audit: An SEO expert examines your website and checks the analytics to understand what you are doing wrong and how you can improve.
  2. Keyword research: As easy as it may sound keyword research is quite complicated and requires expertise to arrive at the best list of words to be used in the content for a higher rank.
  3. Content creation: Anyone can create content. But content that is SEO optimised is possible only with the help of an SEO professional. Be it for off-page or on-page content the guidance of an SEO expert for both goes a long way.
  4. A non-expert can try pulling off what an SEO expert does. But the experience and expertise of a professional do make a huge difference to the ranking.

ROI is the return on investment. SEO ROI is the return on your SEO investment. In other words, it is the value generated by all your SEO practices in contrast to their cost.
It is an extremely important measure to understand if your SEO strategy or campaign is doing well or not. The higher the SEO ROI, the bigger the success of your SEO strategy or campaign.
It is one of the most common topics any SEO professional or agency has to address to its clients. Why wouldn’t it be? After all, any client who wants to invest his money and efforts in SEO practices will definitely ask how its success can be measured. The answer to that question lies in whether the SEO investment is giving the expected ROI or not. The formula for measuring SEO ROI is quite simple.
SEO ROI = (value of organic conversions - cost of SEO investments)/cost of SEO investments.
In other words, one needs to divide the SEO profit by SEO costs.

There are numerous people in the industry who call themselves SEO experts. But your job is to find out whether they are really experts or not, and if they are experts then whether they are the right fit for you or not. Do your research well, make a list of potential candidates and finalise one based on the following factors.
Track record: Find out if the candidate has a proven track record in the field of SEO. Check for his past work and whether he was really able to help brands that he worked on.
Professionalism: Have a call and try to understand how professionally he behaves. Ask him about his experience with other clients to get a rough idea about how he works professionally.
Expectations: Make a list of all your SEO expectations. Ask him if he can fulfil those. If he has previously worked on projects with similar deliverables as your expectations, it is definitely a plus point.
Charges: Ask him how much he would charge for services that you expect of him. See if it is under your budget and decide accordingly.

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