Full-length portraits are conveniently created during the employee’s headshot session and strategically composited into a “pre-designed” background, complementing the company’s logo, location and branding.
This group-portrait technique creates a sophisticated display that can be used to visually highlight a team’s success, or reward a department’s achievement.
Reusable: The group composite also updates seamlessly. For instance, new employees can be photographed, added as new, or re-inserted into vacated positions.
Individual/Company Baseball Cards:
Branded “baseball card” portraits are also created from the initial headshot session’s hero choice; see below. The cards themselves contain the employee’s name, job title, hire year and work location.
Designed to create an esprit de corps between the employee and company, the 4×6″ baseball cards are the ones most often shared socially. They generate positive word-of-mouth, increase company visibility and expand it’s goodwill footprint.
Individual cards can also be grouped together and framed into various collections, creating engaging wall-hanging artworks, for lobbies and conference rooms.
The Company Headshot:
It all starts with the 20-minute, on-site, headshot session. Conveniently scheduled by each employee, the session fits into their day, to avoid wasting employee or company time.
During the headshot session, all other portrait elements–for the group portrait and baseball card–are created simultaneously.
Employees receive approximately 40 photos from their session, and choose one favorite as their “hero.” The “hero” is professionally retouched and returned for use as the: company’s intranet identity/ID badge & electronic portrait.