Commercial Photography by Jacobs Photography
As a business, we know that one of your top priorities is finding a photographer who can capture your company’s story for your clients to connect with. Choosing your commercial photographer is a big decision, so we’re here to help answer any questions you may have.
At Jacobs Photography, we embrace a hands-on approach with each one of our commercial clients to make sure we capture what is important to your business and highlight your product or service.
Our Commercial Branding Sessions include:
Branding Design Consultation – We want to understand your business and the way you would like to portray your brand to the world (or at least your target market!) We’ll review your marketing plan and determine the best way we can support your marketing goals with quality images. The best part is, you get to enjoy a free cup of coffee at our studio, so there’s really nothing to lose!
On Location Photography – For your company’s branding session, we can travel up to 50 miles from our studio location in Spokane Valley. This means we have the flexibility to capture your product or service in action in the field or at your place of business. *Bonus* Drone photography is also available!
Executive Headshots – In studio or environmental headshots are included in our branding photography to highlight the personalities of your executive team. These headshots are great for website bios and social media profiles to give a face to your name.
Commercial branding photography is an important investment for your business as quality images give your clients a way to connect with your story. We seek to build quality relationships with our commercial clients, so our branding fee starts at $1,000 and includes executive headshots as well as 1 branding re-fresh at 3-6 months after our initial branding session. Web and below-the-line print usage is included in the images provided.
Just need a headshot?
No problem – just book a studio session with us! Studio headshot sessions start at $125 and include web and below-the-line print usage.