Branding photography for Mud Urban Potters pottery studio in Calgary, Alberta by commercial photographer, Gilmour Photography.

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Our photography resources provide practical tips and actionable strategies that can be implemented immediately. Whether you’re a seasoned marketing executive or a business owner interested in taking your visual marketing to the next level, our educational photography and marketing articles offer valuable guidance to elevate your brand and achieve your marketing goals.

World Back Up Day – Don’t Be An April Fool, Back Up Your Data Now!

Your yearly reminder to practice safe data storage habits According to recent statistics: 113 phones are lost every minute around the world, 29% of lost files are accidental, and 1 in 10 computers are infected with viruses every month. With 30% of people never backing up their files, World Backup Day is a yearly reminder […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN NEEDED AT THE PHOTO STUDIO

SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN Are you pursuing a degree in marketing, journalism or communications? Gilmour Photography seeks a SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN who has an insatiable curiosity and a work ethic to match. This social media guru must be comfortable with the major social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. You must have experience with each

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5 Reasons Why Your LinkedIn Profile Picture Matters

According to LinkedIn’s statistics, users who have a profile photo receive 21 times more profile views and 9 times more connection requests. No one is going to connect with a faceless ghoul. Surely you’ve heard the expression “Don’t judge a book by its cover!” But if the cover, your LinkedIn profile picture, isn’t compelling and inviting,

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Collage of headshot sessions for entrepreneurs in Calgary photographed by Brett Gilmour Photography

Goodbye 2020, Difficult Times Led To Inspiration, Adaptation And Growth

New Studio Grand Opening…And Closing 2020 started with outstanding momentum with the opening of our studio in Oviedo, Spain. But as we know, an aggressive monster raised it’s head at the beginning of the year and threw our personal and business lives in unexpected directions. We had to make some stressful decisions and have some delicate

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Photo of creative community leader Judith Aldama looking at the distant Cantabrian Mountains of Spain.

6 Tips for Hiring a Photographer Your Boss Will Love

Hiring A Photographer Whether you’re looking for professional photographers for your company headshots or hiring a photographer to create professional photos of your products, this article will help you choose the right photographer for the job. While pricing often plays a factor in hiring a photographer, it shouldn’t be the only consideration. Professional photos are

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Leveraging Biophilia For Creativity: Speaking At Creative Mornings Calgary

Does connecting with nature make you creative, smarter, happier, lower blood pressure and reduce anger? Find out at Creative Mornings Calgary virtual presentation on Dec. 11, 2020. I’ll be diving into how I use biophilia to find peace, inspiration, and rejuvenation that powers my creativity. You ‘ll also find out what the heck biophilia is. What

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6 Professional Branding Photography Tips for Your Small Business

These small business branding photography tips can take your business to the next level. It provides you with a library of images to use on your website, in print and social media. But what kind of images do you want from your branding photoshoot? Branding photography often includes products, services, environmental portraits as well as

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Herald / Harbinger Public Art Installation Is Triggered By Movement

I recently completed a project working with Benjamin Rubin from the New School at Parsons School of Design, and Jer Thorp, Co-Founder of The Office for Creative Research. The goal was to capture a new public art installation located at Brookfield Place in Calgary. The artwork incorporates a collection of data feeds to illustrate the

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