Photography & Retouching | Paradigm Productions, Inc.
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Photography & Retouching

Quality images help convert buyers and sell products

Make a more powerful first impression with professional photography.

A strong visual conveys meaning and tells a story in less time than it takes to read this sentence. Blurry pictures, odd looking photos and poorly exposed images can send the wrong signal about your company and its products. That’s why high-quality photography is no longer a luxury, but a necessity to grab attention and peak interest.

Paradigm’s comprehensive corporate, commercial and industrial photography services are available in-house and on-location to showcase your strengths and make you look your very best.

Photography Applications
  • Websites
  • LinkedIn
  • Print Ads
  • Brochures
  • Sales Sheets
  • Press Releases
  • Annual Reports
  • Tradeshow displays, posters, banners and exhibit visuals

Types Of Photography
  • Corporate  (e.g. individual and group portraits, work environments and events)
  • Commercial (e.g. products, building exteriors and  office interiors)
  • Industrial (e.g. facility, machinery, parts, processes, and people)

Postproduction Services
  • Retouching/Restoration (e.g. resize, color correction, background removal and image prep for web and print use)
  • Image Manipulation/Compositing (e.g. combining different images to composite a visual story)

There is so much more to professional photography than just clicking a button.  As Martin Parr famously said,

“Photography is the simplest thing in the world, but it is incredibly complicated to make it really work.”