As a St Louis photographer we’ve been providing professional corporate photography to businesses, individuals, and magazines in the St Louis area. We are local St Louis photographers that you can trust when it comes to commercial photography. Our goal is to provide you with images that showcase your company or brand accurately, while showing the best possible side of your business.
The photos and images you use in your advertising and marketing campaigns are the key to any successful campaign. Our professional creative photography will make you more money. It is a valuable profit motive for your business. Good photography will make your marketing efforts and sales goals much more achievable. Mediocre photography will detract from the quality of your product.
St Louis Studio Photography has been in business producing great creative work for agencies and clients since 1982. We have developed artistic, technical and people skills necessary to produce a diversified portfolio of thousands and thousands of images. Our work has been showcased in local, national and international newspapers, global trade and special interest magazines. The St Louis studio photography team has over three decades of experience working on commercial and personal projects. Some clients include small family owned businesses and Fortune 500 companies, plus hundreds of local businesses, entrepreneurs, artists, athletes and individuals.
When you need a professional headshot for your website or marketing materials, you want to make sure it’s exactly what you need. You want a photographer who knows how to capture your personality and style so that your image reflects your company’s brand.
At our studio, we offer both executive and business headshots for your staff members. We will come to your location or use our studio space if that is more convenient.
An executive portrait should focus on the person’s face and shoulders while capturing the individual’s personality and style. The background should be simple, uncluttered and have rich colors that complement the subject’s skin tones.
A business portrait is similar but may include three-quarter or full body shots depending on how much background information needs to be included in the picture. This type of photograph should be taken with light coming from behind the subject (backlighting) so that it appears as if they are glowing from within.
August Hamann, 314-892-1233