So much business is done over the Internet these days. Whether you are an author, jeweler, artist, photographer, or involved in any of a variety of businesses, you most likely have a Facebook page and a website dedicated to your business. This is a wonderful thing. There is one drawback, however. People don’t get to see you, hear you, or get to feel like they know you. That personal connection is not there, but you can get around that by introducing yourself with videography.
The Personal Touch
Regardless of how many countries or people you can reach on the Internet, how many visitors you have to your web page, or how many followers you have on Facebook, there is no replacing the personal touch. If people can see you and hear you, they feel as if they know you. You are no longer a faceless, non-personality, or invisible entity. Sure, most people have their pictures posted somewhere on their social media sites, but pictures can only convey so much of your personality.
Homemade vs Professional
Okay, so you’re probably thinking that you can just record yourself with your smartphone, and you can. But…really? Can you block out the background noise? Do you have the proper lighting? What about that zit you want to hide that just popped up this morning? And how about the sound? Is it tinny, too loud, too soft? When it comes to business and putting your best foot forward, high-quality professional video is the way to go. Choose a creative, skilled, and artistic professional photographer to create a quality video for your introductions. They will take care of the sound, lighting, background noise, and more to bring your winning personality to the forefront. Bringing the personal touch to your website is a great way to promote yourself, your business, and get people interested in you and your product.
ABOUT YOUR DALLAS, TX, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER:
Doug Davis has been producing professional, engaging videos and product, food, and lifestyle photography from his Dallas, TX, studio for more than 20 years. D-Squared Studios is located at 4312 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas, 75226. Contact our office at (214) 746-6336 or email Doug at firstname.lastname@example.org.