Headshot Photography at events
A great way to drive traffic to your exhibition booth and capture leads at your next business event.
A conference, event or trade show is the perfect opportunity to allow your guests to take advantage of your generosity. Providing a professional corporate headshot studio will allow them to make the most of their time at your event and walk away with very positive memories.
Our professional headshots service includes a professional photographer and mobile studio lighting. Images can be distributed during the event or post-event via a private web gallery.
How does headshot at events work?
- Your guest gets their photo taken with our photographer.
- The best photos are chosen and uploaded to our system.
- The guest can view and select their photos using an laptop, tablet or phone.
- Guest enters their email and recives an email with their photos.
- Guest walks away happy with their new headshot!
The photo review site and email sent to guests can be customised to include your brand colours and logo.
You’ve got the attention of hundreds if not thousands of attendees walking around the exhibition. You’ll get a few of keen eyes walking past and you’ll hear “oh, my LinkedIn headshot is ten years old. I need a new one”. The line will grow gradually and as humans we are a curious bunch and we love to see what everyone else is lining up for! But this isn’t the best part…
As the photographer is doing what they do best, your staff are busy mingling with customers waiting for their headshot. A great opportunity to chat about your product or service.
Now imagine later on in the day. People are showing their friends at the event their headshot and are now bringing them over to your stand! The power of a professional headshot that can be delivered onsite will beat any free branded pen or hand sanitiser.
This is a guaranteed head turner.
Need a Headshot Photographer at your next event?
Event Photos Australia can create a mobile headshots studio to fit within your exhibition booth or as part of your conference programme.
Thanks for following the specification so closely. These look remarkably similar to the portraits we already have.