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Public Relations Photography - "We've got to use that pic!"

Good public relations photography makes an editor say: "We've got to use that pic!"
Good public relations photography supports your PR team, in house or agency.
Good public relations photography - a PR picture's worth a thousand words.

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PR images at the World Monopoly Championships.

Tension rises - tempers flare - Monopoly's a serious game!

Grab a passing celebrity - always good for extra column inches

'These images are great.' Vanessa @ Brazen PR Manchester 

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Public Relations Photography is a worthwhile investment

When your PR package lands on an editor's desk, assuming it's not a world changing story, what does an editor look for? Whatever the publication, they're looking for just one thing - a good reason to include or exclude your story! There's probably enough press releases on their desk to fill several editions; so how do they choose? A great picture is one of the surest ways of convincing even the most cynical editor to print your story.

The PR Portrait

Get the story into the pictuure. If the image that accompanies your press release looks like a passport photo, that's about as much space as it will be given - let the image lead into the story

Public relations photography is only the supporting act

First, and most important is a good story, well written and relevant to the publication, but your PR images need to be of the same quality - it's a package. And the better the picture, the bigger they'll print it and generally the bigger the picture the more space allocated to the story too. It's a win-win deal. It's an investment.

Public Relations Photography isn't just about press releases

You should have good quality images available for all eventualities, the major players in your organisation, your products, your business premises, indeed every facet of your business should have a great image ready to go. Each image must show your business at its best. No bog standard snaps!

Plan your public relations photography

Think about the impact of the story before you begin the project, some shots during the initial phase could be important, especially in long term projects such a building development. However, if you only use me to shoot the final phase I can always get the best out of your own shots with my Photoshop skills. Leave it to the last minute and the choice may be second best or nothing.

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Alan Howarth: Public Relations photographer based near Blackpool, Preston & Lancaster, Lancashire in the North West of the UK, I frequently work in Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham and I spend 50% of my time working in London. within the M25, I travel throughout the UK and often work in mainland Europe, with work published throughout the world. As a corporate photographer my portrait images will enhance your marketing and your business, my video production skills can enhance your video email marketing campaigns. Email me know. I'll go anywhere - except war zones.

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