Real estate professionals Susan-jane Frank and Moragh Cameron came to me to refresh their brand look. Both women are experienced, professional real estates professionals whose combined skills form a strong real estate services for buying and selling your home.
Using fresh and unique locations strengthens a shoot. The home we used in Brooklin featured a stunning open kitchen/bar, seating areas and sun rooms that provided a perfect backdrop for this duo.
Brooklin has so many wonderful places to showcase this team. Our second downtown in Whitby provided a perfect pairing to the images we did at the home. The fall colours, brick and accents on the buildings complimented the wardrobe chosen for the shoot.
The open bar-kitchen had an amazing Dutch door which we used to create this unique portrait for Susan-jane Frank. Each fresh environment gives you opportunities to tell a story in a new way. We aligned this portrait to the overall brand look and feel using this welcoming space to invite you into her portrait. If you have never meet Susan-jane this portrait tells you everything you need to know about this lovely, smart professional.
The open bar-kitchen also had a front bar area which we used to create an informal portrait of Moragh. An image does not have to face the camera to be effective and this style of image can be a great asset in a marketing portfolio.
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Kirsten McGoey | Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography