Eric Campbell Photography Introduces Premium Corporate Headshots And Personal Branding Services


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Professional Corporate Headshots For The Game Changers And Industry Icons

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, September 24, 2023 /EINPresswire/ — In a digitally-driven age where first impressions often originate online, projecting a powerful professional image has never been more paramount. Recognizing this evolving need, Eric Campbell Photography is thrilled to unveil its suite of services focused on corporate headshots and personal branding photography .

Amalgamating technical expertise with an innate understanding of individual brand ethos, Eric Campbell delivers not just a photograph but a narrative. This new offering ensures that professionals, entrepreneurs, and influencers stand out in the vast digital landscape with authenticity and authority.

“When it comes to professional branding, the right imagery can make all the difference. Our goal is to help clients tell their story, to elevate their digital presence with headshots that truly resonate with their professional trajectory,” remarked Eric Campbell.

Beyond the conventional corporate headshot, Eric Campbell Photography delves deeper, offering a comprehensive consultation process. This ensures each shot aligns seamlessly with an individual’s brand message, ethos, and professional objectives.

Launching this service with an inaugural promotional package, the studio invites local businesses, professionals, and personal brands to experience a session. Packages will encompass consultation, a diverse range of shots, and post-production services ensuring immaculate, ready-to-use images.

About Eric Campbell Photography
Founded in 2017, Eric Campbell Photography has carved a niche with its unparalleled commitment to capturing moments, big or small, corporate or personal, with utmost authenticity.

Each photograph taken is more than just an image; it’s a testament to Eric’s passion for the craft and his dedication to client satisfaction. Contact Eric Campbell Photography to book your session today.

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words: Supporting Conservation Through Photography


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We’ve all heard the phrase“a picture is worth a thousand words.” Science has even backed up the powerful impact of imagery, with research showing that people tend to remember ideas presented in pictures better than in words.

Professionals who work in sustainability often find themselves needing to make the case for conservation. Whether that’s championing an effort like composting waste scraps from the campus cafeteria, securing funds to plant a pollinator garden on-site or informing community members about a local threatened species, convincing the stakeholders involved in these decisions requires using all the tools available – and that’s where conservation photography comes in.

Like all forms of photography, conservation photography tells a story, often about the beauty and majesty of nature as well as the factors that threaten species’ or ecosystems’ survival. When it comes to getting buy-in from key decisionmakers, educating students or just inspiring the general public, conservation photography is a powerful way to demonstrate the far-reaching impact of conservation work. This blog will explore how corporate conservation professionals (or anyone!) can use photography to support their conservation goals.

Bring wildlife close to home

Photography literally provides a close-up look at species or environments that people might not encounter otherwise. It can be easy to focus only on the animals or plants we see every day, which means it can also be easy to forget about those that exist half a world away. Conservation photography is a helpful reminder of the sheer diversity of life on earth. It also provides perspective, serving as a reminder that even the ecosystems and species found at one’s own workplace or in the backyard are just as valuable as those in exotic locales.

Tell a story

Like all artforms, conservation photography is storytelling at its core. Neuroscience confirms that stories impact the brain’s neurons , making them fire similarly to the person telling the story and creating a bond between the storyteller and the audience. This even leads to the release of dopamine, a feel-good chemical that helps people recall the story later. Using still images or video to illustrate the needs and experiences of a particular species reaches audiences on a visual, intellectual and emotional level.

Wildlife filmmaker and WHC Board member chris morgan is no stranger to the power of storytelling. Through his documentary projects like beartrek and path of the bear , Morgan’s own story and the stories of biologists and conservationists coincides with the bear species he is documenting. BEARTREK, for example, charts Morgan’s seven-year journey across three continents to understand the conservation efforts protecting species like the spectacled bear , polar bear and sun bear . By weaving human stories into the stories of rare species, conservation photographers and filmmakers build a strong bond with their audience.

Contribute to scientific research

Conservation photography provides visual data, especially when it comes to rare species. In addition to observing what a specific plant or animal looks like, photographers are incidentally also identifying its abundance, location, condition and behavior, which are all important data for understanding a population. Contributing to citizen or community science efforts allows anyone to be part of the study of a particular ecosystem or species. Amateur and professional photographers alike can submit photos and other data to initiatives like nestwatch , inaturalist and other community science programs in order to contribute to the widespread understanding of a species.

Demonstrate a change over time

Nature is fluid, constantly evolving and adapting. Conservation photography illustrates both the harmful and beneficial changes that have occurred in an environment over time. Taking a photo of the same location at different times throughout the year – also called photo point monitoring – can show the effects of industrialization or habitat degradation; however, these repeat photographs can also showcase the positive effects of conservation efforts, from grassland restoration to the return of a species that had previously lost its habitat.

Get employees involved

One way to encourage conservation photography as well as employee engagement is through contests. Employee photography contests showcase the on-site biodiversity to a company’s entire employee base, explained Ann George, Senior Scientist at WHC member mining company Freeport-McMoRan (FCX), which has held an employee contest for over 10 years.“When people think of a mining company, they don’t think of wildlife,” George said, so a photography contest is a great way to educate employees and the broader community about how a company is managing and preserving biodiversity.

FCX develops a specific set of criteria for entries, including the exclusion of any invasive or ornamental species. The company’s biodiversity task force reviews the entries, of which they receive 400-500 each year, and the top choices are submitted to WHC’s annual calendar, printed and hung in the corporate office and showcased on computer lock screens across the company.

WHC member CEMEX also holds a photography contest for employees.“CEMEX’s ‘Nature Positive’ photo contest has helped us to connect with our employees around their positive experiences with nature on our sites, while demonstrating the important role that industry can play in halting and reversing biodiversity loss,” explained Jerae Carlson, Senior Vice President of Sustainability, Communications & Public Affairs at CEMEX USA. Not only does the contest raise awareness about on-site wildlife, but it also creates connections between coworkers.“Employees are often eager to share their positive experiences with nature and to see nature through the lens of their colleagues.”

For companies thinking about starting a photography contest, Carlson and George provided some tips.“Make it easy for everyone to participate,” said Carlson. CEMEX developed several submission options for employees, including a specific email address as well as a QR code that allowed employees without a company email to submit photos from their phones. Promoting the contest is also key: George recommended publicizing the contest thoroughly to employees and marketing it as an opportunity to hone photography skills while learning more about the company’s biodiversity projects.

You don’t have to be a professional photographer to have a positive impact on conservation with your photos. Armed with a smartphone, a keen sense of observation and a little bit of patience, anyone can capture moments in nature that support greater conservation goals.


Bestside Studios Launches Natural Light Inspired Studios For Photography In Albion


(MENAFN- ForPressRelease) Bestside Studios launches natural light inspired studios for photography, located at Albion, Victoria. The photo studios have been built around the concept of natural light allowing ample sunlight inside the rooms for perfect brightness. They own a production house apart from photography studios available on rent, which are offered at affordable prices to their clients. They provide the best of the varieties in backdrops, be it for a photo project or a video project. Currently, there are two different studios to choose from. Each has their unique look. Studio 1 has its own furniture setups, various backdrops, basic equipments, continuous lights, well equipped kitchen etc. They rent out studios designed and customised for unique photo or video shoots.

“It was surprisingly profitable for us and advantageous to use. The amount of sunlight inside the studio surprised and amazed us. It helped us save money on our lighting costs. You should visit their studios and you will be surprised as well” said one of the clients who had hired them repeatedly for a few of his photo and video projects.

Photographer-in-residence Marcus Hart, provides excellent photography assistance with his more than a decade’s of experience. A client who was in search of a photo studio hire Melbourne that would be reasonable in terms of cost, finalised Bestside Studios to complete his photo shoot project said,“Marcus is truly an outstanding photographer (and wonderful person) with an awesome ability to capture the true nature of people and events. He has been available and responded to every question I have had. He has even had the patience to evaluate and critique my work, providing meaningful feedbacks. Marcus is a consummate professional I’d recommend to anyone!” He is a video photographic and creative idea professional in the fashion world. Thus apart from getting assistance in photography one can get a complete package of studio hire in Melbourne plus professional assistance.

To help promote business or launch of a new range to the existing business, a professional assisted photography shoot is provided by Bestside Studio. The pictures taken in the studio are attractive and have helped promote the business. In addition to ecommerce, they also provide catalog photos for the product, create catalog specific contents and assist to display the products online or send it to the customer. If Melbourne photography studio hires assistance or photo ops and contents are needed at affordable prices, Bestside Studios will make a perfect pick. Visit or give a call to book the studios.

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Bestside Studios, provide highly professional and spacious photo and video shoot studios on rent unlike any other studio hire companies. They provide a wide range of facilities including their own production house and photographers. As a result, all of their clients return to them for their projects. Visit Bestside Studios website at for more information.

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