Shooting your online brand

April 3, 2020

Online Business

If you’re wondering what photographer’s would still be able to shoot with the current social distancing restrictions – its your products.

The good news is, online businesses are seeing a spike in online sales, and are wanting to maximise their followers’ increased activity on social media. How does one do this? By concentrating on producing gorgeous digital content in the way of new branded images.

We spoke with Michelle Williamson, founder of Chamonix Rain who says “many more people I feel are online, and looking to engage, connect and communicate on social media particularly during their self-isolation all over the world.” She goes on to say “I believe that the most important aspects of engagement and activity on your page, are to post good content and consistency.”

Online brands are currently sending us their products from all over the world, so that we can create new and exciting content for them and their online profiles.

Images shot for Klipsta by Kat Good Thanks Media, stylist Eva Heaton.

Australian Eco Brands

Following on from the drought, the horrendous bushfires and now this world wide virus pandemic, Australian brands matter more than ever to ensure the survival of our local markets. We have been fortunate enough to be shooting some of Australia’s best environmentally friendly brands from right here in our very own living room.

Jessica Bragdon, Co-founder of Koala Eco says “Koala Eco products fall into an ‘essentials’ category, so we have been fortunate to be able to continue operations. Like other small businesses we are balancing the challenges of COVID-19 including increased pricing on raw materials. We’re working hard and stepping up production and supplies of our non-toxic products that will help you keep your surfaces, hands, and homes as clean as possible”.

Images shot and styled by Kat Good Thanks Media for Koala Eco and Chamonix Rain Organics.

Styled Product Shoot

Keep your costs to a minimum by not having to hire a studio, a workspace and pay for travel or other charges from your photographer. At Good Thank Media, we are lucky enough to be able to do all of this from our studio at home. The process begins with a simple phone call to discuss the brief, then develop a mood board and props budget. We can video conference you on the day of your shoot – or you can leave it all to us.

Whether you’re a hat company, beauty brand or a fashion label, we’ve got you covered.

Images shot for White Glo. Photographer, Kat Good Thanks Media, Stylist Lucia Braham.