Embarking on the captivating journey of photography is not merely about capturing moments; it's a nuanced art that involves deliberate choices.
Understanding the Who
invites you to consider your audience, pondering who will be the observer of your work and tailoring your narrative to resonate with them.
When you consider not only creating an appealing photo but who will actually be seeing the photo can change your perspective. Knowing you're who is knowing your ideal client, what makes them tick, what makes them want to learn more. Knowing who will be looking at your imagery makes a massive impact on the end result you are looking for.
Exploring the What
Understanding your what, delves into the essence of your images, prompting reflection on the intriguing elements that will captivate and engage your viewers. When you understand your who, you can learn more about their what. What do they find interesting? What makes them want to talk to you or make a purchase? What helps a viewer continue scrolling on your page instead of finding something else.
What is the ooo factor behind your imagery that keeps your viewer interested?
Delving into the Where
The Where of your imagery transports both photographer and audience on a compelling journey, as the setting becomes a powerful conduit for emotion and connection. You need to think about where the photo will be used and seen before you begin creating it. Will it be on your website? Your social media? Marketing Materials? Email Blasts? All of there locations have different requirements when it comes to image sizing and perspective, but also, each of these locations utilize different forms of messaging. You always want the messaging and location to align with the photo you are creating. If there is a disconnect in messaging, you increase your chance of losing the prospective viewer or client.
By dissecting your photography through these three lenses, you not only refine your artistic vision but also forge a deeper connection with those who are interested in your product or service. If you are unsure on how to put these ideas into effect, book a call with Carrington at Prospect Street Studio to learn more. www.prospectstreetstudio.com