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DigBoston featuring DanceSpot photo by Ryuji Suzuki

Publicity Photography

Effective way to get the audience attention: interesting images

An interesting, compelling story of your company starts with a picture. An editorial style photography can show how your product or event is complete excitement, while a candid documentary style photo captures the moment, showing the customer experience in a more objective viewpoint.

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Publicity photo Case Study: Open Studios & Dance Spot

BEAUPIX shot the publicity images for Fort Point Arts Community Open Studios 2012 and an interactive public art project Dance Spot by Boston artist Elisa Hamilton in 2012. The photographs were used on publicity posters displayed around Boston, submitted to media as press kits, and projected as an animation on the giant outdoor video billboard in front of the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC).

Some of the Open Studio publicity photographs were shot on Polaroid instant films and digitized to create classic artist look and warm feel produced by grains. Some other images were shot digitally, and converted into black-and-white images, with coloring scheme inspired by the Blue Note album jacket designs.

The Dance Spot project created dance floors in the sidewalks, where colorful dance diagrams were drawn illustrating a specific dance routine that paired with a specific song. For this event publicity, many sequential shots were merged to a composite image using bright orange shirt and sneaker on a muted colored background. This image was published on Dig Boston, other local news media, and various websites. It was also used as a poster to promote Dance Spot during FPAC Open Studios 2012.

Both of these publicity projects were collaboration with a designer and animator Joanne Kaliontzis of Studio51 Design.