$100 Headshot Event | Charlotte, NC Photography

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$100 Headshot Event | Charlotte, NC Photography 

 

I’ve been doing my $100 Headshot Event for a couple of years now and each year it gets bigger and BETTER!  This year I had a record number of 11 clients sign up for this event that took place over the course of January.  I met so many wonderful new clients and even had the chance to link back up with a former client.  This event allows brands and those just needing updated headshots the opportunity to receive quality images at a reduced rate and at a quick turnaround time.  It’s the perfect way to kickstart a new year!

 

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My DBP VIP Newsletter subscribers are the first to get dibs on this annual event before it’s made public so if you’re not already signed up then I encourage you to do so…ASAP!  I’m already anticipating next year’s event and am excited for all of the wonderful clients I will have the opportunity to work with and I would love for YOU to be one of them!

 

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Don’t think you can wait until January 2021 for some updated headshots for your business?  No worries because I shoot brands year round!  It’s actually my favorite type of session to capture and so I’ve created 4 packages to suit a wide variety of needs.  If you think we may be a good fit for one another then I’d love for you to reach out to me today! Let me know what you’re branding/headshot needs are and I’ll see if I can help.  I look forward to hearing from you soon!

 

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Denise Benson Photography Sessions

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Denise Benson Photography Sessions

 

Can you believe we’re officially on the final post to wrap up 2019 sessions?  And it only took 5 months into 2020 to get it done!  So the next blog post will finally feature fresh images from this year which will kickstart with my $100 Headshot Event that took place this past January.  But before I get ahead of myself I want to share some of the sessions that ended 2019 for me.

 

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I was truly blessed to work with a couple of friends, a few people celebrating birthdays (or as I like to call them, life celebration sessions), an amazing BOSS branding session that brought me and my team together and as always lots and lots and lots of other beautiful brands!  2019 was a year filled with a little bit of everything and I loved every single minute of it!  Take a look to see how I rounded out the final few moths of the year and if you’re ready to get in front of my camera in 2020 (or beyond) then I’d love the opportunity to chat with you to see if I can help you bring your vision to life.  I’m currently booking for the second half of 2020 and would love to get you in front of my lens.  Email me today to see if we can make it happen and get you on my books!

 

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Personal Branding Photography | Denise Benson Photography

Charlotte branding photographer

 

Personal Branding Photography | Denise Benson Photography

 

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I’m back to share another round of amazing branding sessions!  This week I’m featuring my latest coaching session with Genice of Genice Ariel Photography that took place in Rock Hill, SC as well a session in Columbia with a local lawyer, a husband and wife credit repair team and a therapist that recently moved to the Charlotte area to begin her own practice!  Lots and lots of good stuff ya’ll.  Make sure to scroll below to see all of the branding sessions I captured as we neared the end of 2019.  And if you are starting a new business or your brand could use a refresh then I would LOVE the opportunity to chat with you to see if we’re a good fit for one another.  I currently have several dates open for the remainder of spring and summer and would love to get you on my calendar.  Contact me today so we can begin planning your next session!

 

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Fall Mini Sessions | Rock Hill, SC Photographer

fall mini sessionsFall Mini Sessions | Rock Hill, SC Photographer

 

My annual Fall Mini Sessions are one of the busiest shooting days over here at DBP.  It’s a morning/afternoon filled with back to back sessions and those sessions can vary from client to client.  My 2019 sessions included a couple of branding/headshot images as well as some beautiful families!  And the best part of mini sessions for my clients is that you’re able to get a quick session in during the busiest time of year for most photographers and it’s at a reduced rate.  Win win, right?  Below are some of the amazing people I had the chance to work with this past fall.  And if you want to be the FIRST to know about this year’s Fall Minis then I urge you to sign up for my monthly DBP VIP Newsletter.  Newsletter subscribers get first dibs on this event.  And because this event will likely sell out it’s smart move to go ahead and sign up today!

 

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Why You Shouldn’t Add Filters To Your Professional Photos

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Why You Shouldn’t Add Filters To Your Professional Photos

 

We all LOVE a good filter, right?  Most of us don’t wake up being selfie ready and so adding on a filter is a quick fix to being able to upgrade your appearance or enhance an image that you share online.  It’s part of our norm now and I love a good filter as much as the next person, but I draw the line when it comes to my professional images.

One thing I’ve never understood is why someone would pay good money to hire a talented photographer, receive those images back, prepare to post them to their various social media accounts and then BOOM!  slap a terrible filter over the image so that it in no way resembles the original.  It’s just never made much sense to me.

Most photographers these days have clauses written into their contracts that prohibit clients from doing this, but that doesn’t stop a few rogue clients from doing so.  Check out this IGTV video below where I explain why you shouldn’t add filters to your professional images.  And once you’ve checked it out let me know in the comments below what you think!

 

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