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Corporate Photography with GBP Creative

As visual design nerds, we are always stoked when we get a call from a corporate client that works in that world and comes to us looking for imagery for their company.

We are even more stoked when that company is looking for something a bit more unique-something that really showcases either their space, or their personalities, which is exactly what one of our recent clients, Northern Front Studio, was looking for.

This wasn't a tough sell as they are located in the new Waterfront building in a beautiful office, and not only is the team awesomely personable and approachable, but they just so happen to have their fourth team member, who happens to walk on all fours, but still holds a high spot in the company.  Well played office dog, well played.

If you want to check some details on the team and their architecture and design work, check out their website at http://www.northernfront.ca 






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A law firm with a new look...Headshots by GBP Creative

We recently got to work with Aasmans Brand Communications to create portraits for one of their clients-a local law firm, who was getting a full re-design done of their website.

We had some very specific requests in terms of the look and feel of the shoot, as they needed images that really expressed the right emotion and that would tie in well with their new web design.  

Specifically, they were looking for head shots of their team which helped showcase their confidence, and professionalism while remaining inviting and accessible.  

We also thought it would be really cool to go one step further and include some of the brand's complimentary colours in every shot to tie them all together, which was this great, vibrant green.

Ok...only issue was that it turns out all of their legal team didn't have exact matching pieces of green clothing (go figure eh??).  So, through the magic of post processing, we were able to pick pieces of their attire to change up and create our uniform look without making everyone go on a shopping spree...

And here you have the results!

To see what the images look like incorporated into the new web design, check out Austring Fendrick & Fairman's page at:  www.lawyukon.com 

 







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