Expressing your brand through beautiful photography is an effective way of converting sideline viewers into customers. Expressions through photography come in many forms and selecting the correct form helps drive successful conversions.
Below are examples of different forms of photography.
Intended for print and digital media focusing on individual dishes with negative space reserved for text placement.
Intended to give a feel for the space and highlight different areas. Interiors are common print and digital media venue demands.
SOCIAL FROM ABOVE
Intended to lead viewers straight into the experience of enjoying a sharing style meal and is effective in both social and media outlets.
Intended to show your menu items in a lifestyle setting.
Introducing people to food photography increases curiosity about experiencing the meal and is most effective on websites and social media.
Intended to show the exited and friendly personalities of staff members and is most effective on social media.
Intended to show the quirky side of your brad.
Intended to portray a message in an artistic fashion which is most effective for individual campaigns featuring a product or theme.
Intended to highlight products that increase spend per customer and is most effective on social media.
Intended to focus on owners and head chefs for print and digital media interviews and social media content.
Intended to show the "everything from scratch" aspect of the restaurant and is most effective on social media.
Intended to focus on ingredients and is most effective with food products, take away restaurants and food related home businesses.
Intended to give an artistic mood board feel preferably used for individual campaigns featuring a theme.
Intended to give an adventurous, lifestyle edge to a brand and is most effective on social media.
The above photos were both commissioned photography and photography taken for Tala Soubra's Blog.
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