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Time or Money: Which Are You Investing?

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As a business owner, you likely know the importance of investing back into your business. But what are you prioritizing?

Professional product photography should be a non-negotiable investment for any business, large or small.
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Why is it so essential?
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Because it tells your audience that you’re serious about what you do, that you’re an expert, and can be trusted! Strong imagery is a powerful way to communicate your brand story and sell a product, clearly portraying the value and quality of what you offer, and showing off the little details that make you stand out from the competition!
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Here’s where I’m going to be blunt: if you can’t invest your time on a consistent basis — planning, styling, shooting, editing and curating high-quality imagery — you need to invest the money by outsourcing this necessary work to someone who can help you!
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Are you ready to bring in new business and increase brand awareness through visual storytelling and beautiful, intentional imagery of your products? I’m just an email away!

Are You Leaving Money On The Table? Here’s How I Can Help!

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Have you ever wondered what makes someone notice (I mean really notice) your brand? Or what makes a customer purchase your product or service over a competitor that offers the same thing?

Your images!

We live in a visual world, and the way you present your products plays such an important role in how your business is seen. It’s the difference between someone buying from you, over an alternative on the market.

You could have the most amazing products, but if your photos don’t do them justice — if they don’t communicate the value of what you offer — visitors won’t stay, click over to your website, or purchase from you. If your images aren’t up to par, on brand, or consistent in quality and style, you’re missing out! You’re leaving money on the table.

I’d love to help you!

I’m Elle, a professional product photographer with a love for telling stories through beautiful, intentional, authentic imagery that evokes emotion and builds connection.

By investing in product photography, you’re making a decision to bettering your business! If you’re ready to see change, click the button below and let’s work together to elevate your online presence, so that you can reach your dream clients, make more sales, and share your gifts with the world!

Why Asking Questions In Your Images Is So Impactful

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“PEOPLE DON’T BUY GOODS AND SERVICES. THEY BUY RELATIONS, STORIES, AND MAGIC.” —Seth Godin


Have you ever told or been told a story that just seems to drag on and on? The storyteller just doesn’t get to the point and it becomes hard to stay focused?

The same thing can happen with photos!

If the images you share for your brand don’t create interest, it’s easy for your audience to scroll past without engaging, or for potential clients visiting your page to click away without choosing to follow or purchase from you.

Your content needs to be intentional, and there needs to be a purpose to each post.

How can you do this?

Simple! Incorporate photos that ask questions.

Take a moment to look at your favorite images, and you’ll likely notice there’s a question in there somewhere…

“Is she lighting this candle before bed as a way to practice self-care? What else does she include into her ritual?”

“That scene looks so cozy! I wonder where they got (insert product here).”

“What does this authors desk look like? What type of book is he writing? Is there a clue as to the plot?”

“Look at this beautiful packaging! Who took the time to design it? Does the art symbolize anything specific?”

“Why are the hands of this artist covered in paint? What scene was she creating? What does her process look like?”

“What’s the story or reason behind choosing to use only natural ingredients/fabrics?”

“How are these different elements working together? What story is being told here?”

By asking questions, you’re extending your audience an invitation to linger, interact, or engage with you. It’s a chance to evoke emotion, create an opportunity for personal connection, and build “know, like, and trust” — a factor often present when deciding whether or not to make a purchase.

When something is asked — verbally, visually, or otherwise — visitors are more likely to stop and study the images, keeping them on your website, blog, or social media feeds longer. And the longer someone stays, the higher chance there is of them remembering you, or supporting your brand in the future.

How are you asking questions in your images? Does the content you put out create an experience for your viewers?