Business portrait photography — often referred to as corporate photography — is certainly a beast in its own right. It is vastly different than other types of photography in many ways, but most notably, the clientele and their requirements for you as the photographer.
For freelancer photographers, corporate photography can be extremely lucrative, surpassing the income potential from shooting weddings (but without the stress). With an ever-increasingly low barrier of entry, your portfolio must be nothing less than exceptional to gain access to the clients with the biggest budgets.
In this article, we’ll help your business portrait photography get to where the money is. Let’s discuss some common settings that you’ll be shooting your corporate photos in.