Why Do I Need Good Political Campaign Photography?

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Political Campaign Photography Shoots Are Worth the Money

Good political campaign photography is a must.

Good political campaign photography is the cornerstone of a quality communications program. We’ve all seen bad political advertising. It’s a kind of bad that transcends the traditional meaning of the word. But it doesn’t have to be all European stock photos misused in Kentucky or stock photos of supposed endorsers (good grief, do NOT do this!). We can do better.

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Political Photography Photoshop Guide

Using Photoshop

Political Photography Matters - Before You Photoshop—Think Twice!

Technology is truly an amazing thing. We have all seen political photography evolve with the advent of digital photography and the wonders of Photoshop. Photoshop can work wonders for even the most photo abject among us. When done right, you can use Photoshop to take a photo that has mediocre lighting and windy hair and turn it into a dazzling cover photo. But there’s a big difference between straightening a tie or fixing wrinkles in shirt and changing someone’s look completely.

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Political Campaign Photography Rights Managed vs. Royalty Free Photos

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Political Campaign Photography: Those Photos Aren't Free You Know!

Photos are a great way to enhance your communications. We work to use custom political campaign photography and custom photo shoots for nonprofits and organizations whenever we can but based on budget and timing it is not always possible to do a shoot. So many time rights managed and royalty free photos are your only options.  Knowing that you pulled an image from a blog that included an attribution line or grabbing a high-resolution photo from a Google image search are not great ideas and may well come back to bite you in the end.  Before you send something out into the world, it’s imperative that you know where the visuals came from originally and what you’re allowed to do with them.

Here’s a quick breakdown of the differences between these types of photos to keep you making great work and out of trouble.

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