Toby Carter Receives a Merit Award by the British Institute of Professional Photography
"Many predict that this year is going to be all about social media promoting business through contemporary channels such as blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter," Toby said, before adding, "These are becoming more popular as businesses realise that it directly targets audiences interests."
He went on to stress that blogging or tweeting can really assist in providing anyone's business with a consistent voice so that customers can enjoy listening to a service or product they are interested in.
"This year I am fine tuning a section of my services to allow clients to outsource blog shots, Twitter pictures or Facebook galleries at an affordable rate that allows them time to build a blogosphere or Twitter page, but with high quality imagery that promotes their services," Toby said.
As to the effectiveness of Toby's work, Rhian Barnett, director of Affinitive Group, described Toby as one of the best in the business.
"We hired Toby to give us some striking visuals of a large contract we completed in Berkshire, his service was extremely professional, organized and captured our services in their finest form," Barnett said. "We'd be very happy to recommended Toby Carter Photography to any business needing contemporary photography."
For more information, visit www.tobycarter.com.
Toby Carter Photography specializes in architectural, corporate and advertising photography that's geared towards small to medium sized construction companies, architect practice or interior designers.
The company produces high quality images of constructed environments, beautiful interiors, bespoke construction projects and commercial schemes.
It also shoots staff portraits, team shots, at work photos and reportage style coverage, giving clients a contemporary media platform to promote their business. Alongside still photography, the company also offers full HD video services, with building walkthroughs, interviews and moving footage of your business at work.
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