When was the last time you were lost in thought over a special photo?
We schedule time, hire a professional, make sure everyone looks their best, all for that photo album that will sit amongst our prized possessions. Knowing our thoughts, our memories, our happiness, are safe and tucked away.
Isn't it important to be working with a photographer that appreciates the importance of these fleeting moments? Isn't it absolutely vital to know you can trust them to hold hands with your memories?
The power of motion pictures is rarely described with ease.
We respond, at our core, to the characters on screen. Fictional or real, stoic or slapstick, familiar or alien. Our emotional selves seek out the emotional in others; we latch onto it and don't let go.
Those moments, those short-lived relationships between audience and screen, demand a human respect. It requires a finesse, it requires an understanding, of our deepest flaws and most beautiful truths.
It is a monument that takes a craftsman to forge.
Our lives are so pulled by the mundane beauties of the real world.
The demands of work, family, self are a constant reminder of reality. Leaving us constrained by the actualities of physics and psychology.
What amazing things would we do, if our imaginations were freed? What new sights, what new emotions, could we uncover? What new truths about ourselves, about the mundane real world, would we expose?
It takes a painter to know a canvas when they see one.
Salesforce.com is a global leader in CRM and Cloud computing solutions. When a Chicago team member wanted an updated set of professional photos, he reached out to Clearbox Studios for options to shoot social profile photos onsite at the office in downtown Chicago.
Clearbox Studios now offers a client referral plan!
Any referrals for a photography or video project that result in a booking will earn you a finder's fee: you can earn 5-10% of the booking in cash or 10-20% in credit good towards any future work with us.
So do you know potential clients that need great photo and video work done?