In Volume 1 of our “Good Photography Makes Great Mail” series, we walked you through the basics of campaign photography.
We talked about angles, exposure, red eye and distance between subjects. We went over backgrounds, what to wear and the importance of the photo’s setting.
Today we’re going to talk more about those settings and the types of photos you’ll need to get the most out of your voter contact mail and mobile advertising.
Where you take your photos is just as important as how you take your photos.
We always suggest you hire a professional photographer to ensure your photography is the best it can be. Whether you take them yourself or with a professional, the best photos will look candid and natural, not posed.
Voters want to see you, the real you, and good campaign photography will help ensure your voter contact mail and mobile advertising delivers that message.
Remember: The goal is “one of us” – you as the parent, neighbor, friend, out in the community, at work, at play.
Think warm and personable.
Trustworthy and capable.
Caring and committed.
While every campaign is unique, here are the Top 15 Settings for Voter Contact Mail and Mobile Advertising:
Check back soon for more tips on how to make your campaign photography work for you. Next we’ll be talking about the technological specs, including resolution and image size.
We’re committed to helping you get the best campaign photography –
Because good photography makes great mail and mobile advertising.
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