When you’re hosting a corporate event, conference or retreat having a corporate photographer on site to capture candids, photograph the keynote speakers and document the activities is something you should consider including in your event budget. While you might think “oh people have their cell-phones to document the event” there is something truly special having a professional photographer in the room.
Nikki Cole, a professional corporate photographer in Boston, Massachusetts has photographed many corporate events, workshops, retreats, conferences and galas. She has an eye for detail and delivers candid, professional and event shots that stand out.
4 Reasons To Hire A Professional Photographer For Your Next Corporate Event
- Capture People in Action – Whether it is capturing the key moments in your speakers’ addresses, groups of people networking, or attendees in their element, capturing people in action is best left to the professionals. A professional photographer knows how to avoid people mid-sentence or mid-mouthful, uses quality camera equipment and can highlight people at their best. Your event guests will love it!
- Bring Back the Memories – Corporate event guests will love to look back on the photographs. The pictures will help them remember key messages, people they met and the activities that took place. A picture speaks a thousand words and acts as a great catalyst for bringing back memories.
- Record the Action & Atmosphere – Every corporate event has its own feeling, activities and atmosphere. Professional photographs bring back the feeling. By professionally documenting the action and the atmosphere, your guests are able to look back and recall the program, speakers and atmosphere in a way that candid phone photos simply cannot capture.
- Allows People to Put Down Their Phones & Focus – Have you ever noticed how many people are living life and attending events through the lens of their cell phones? When guests know the organizers are professionally documenting the event, they can relax, put down their phones and really focus on what they’re there to do, be it networking, listening, speaking or learning.