Corporate Photography in Singapore


Posted on January 30th, by Danny Santos II in Client Work, Corporate Photography, Corporate Portrait. No Comments

I started photography 10 years ago, and have been doing this full time as a career for around 5 years. My main focus was in street photography, then ventured into portraiture, and eventually commercial ad shoots. When I began shooting Corporate Photography, it was a natural transition as I could apply my general style from street, portraiture, and commercial.

My work with Corporate Photography in Singapore covers the following:

  • corporate headshots
  • stock imagery for websites and brochures
  • profile shots for internal magazines
  • editorial work for annual reports

I’ve had the opportunity to work with esteemed companies such as Paypal, BHP Billiton, Abbott, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), Kerry, Property Guru, National University of Singapore (NUS), Temasek Holdings and SMRT to name a few. And for some of my assignments, I got to shoot overseas, namely Bangkok, London, and New York City.

 

Every company has different requirements and different environments which always make for an exciting shoot. For head shots, some prefer a studio setup, others want environmental portraits. For stock imagery, some want to feature their amazing interior, others want to focus on the people. For editorials, some need elaborate lighting and equipment, others prefer a more photojournalistic approach. For the look-and-feel, some lean towards formality and professionalism, others want candor. Photographing real people, CEOs, executives, scientists, engineers and professionals alike, all add up to the challenge of making them feel comfortable in front of the camera.

It’s with these dynamics where I get to use my experience and approach from street, portraiture, and commercial shoots.

Here is a quick collection of some of the images I’ve taken for Corporate Photography in Singapore:





















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