I’ve had the pleasure of working with the amazing Jenny Loyd from Inspired Event Management in Suffolk for a number of years now and so was delighted when she asked me to help her refresh the imagery for her personal brand.
Whether you’re a freelancer, an influencer, a podcaster, a blogger or a small business owner, creating an authentic personal brand is really crucial to your success and growth.
Your personal brand is what really sets you apart from all the rest and what keeps people coming back to you again and again.
There’s so much that goes into creating a fantastic personal brand, but your personal branding photos should be at the forefront of your mind.
Here are a few ways you can get the most out of your personal branding session:
Creating a unique personal brand and identity for your business involves a lot of thought, time, and ingenuity.
Your brand is what communicates who you are to your audience and what sets you apart from the competition. So every detail counts, from your website to your logo to your photos. It’s crucial to put your best face forward, both figuratively and literally.
Choosing a photo shoot location for your next Personal Branding session might seem like a big deal but it really doesn't have to be difficult. A location usually drives some of the other decisions you will need to make about your shoot so it’s important to choose the right place. Here are a few questions to ask yourself before you decide on a location:
Have you ever thought about adding props to your personal branding sessions? Props can add interest, depth and an extra flair to your pictures. Get cooking in the kitchen with some fresh produce for your restaurant shoot. Personal Trainer? Then use exercise equipment and measuring apparatus in your next profile photo to bring out your passion. Here are a few tips for ways to incorporate props in your next personal branding photo session:
A couple of days before my 40th birthday (Woop!) I had the real pleasure of working with the amazing team over at Spi-des-ign Web & Design Agency over in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.
The key to taking genuine and authentic corporate team photos is not particularly knowing how to pose in front of the camera, but instead, how to create a fun, relaxed atmosphere with your photographer which will bring out the best in your team, whilst allowing he or she to direct you, where required.
If you’ve never taken professional team photos before or if you simply want to improve on your last session, here is some advice on how to create a relaxed, fun space that will leave you with exceptional images.
Your personal brand is a mix of skills, expertise, and personality and how you present them on all the different platforms is really important. For entrepreneurs & small business owners, a personal brand is everything, but how do you know if you’re doing enough?
Here are a few ways that you can really enhance your personal brand: