Professional Website Photography
Nothing lets an otherwise good website design down like poor images or photography!
Clients may also need the skills of a professional photographer onsite to e.g, photograph their stock for a e-commerce site, integrate original photography into their site for food, fashion etc, provide photgraphy for a Wedding website, or want to know how to go about purchasing licences for professional royalty-free or stock photography.
If that is the case for you then you may be pleased to hear that instead of having to traipse around from graphic designer, to website designer, to photographer, to printer (and back again!) we can save you the time and considerable extra expense by offering an integrated and coordinated total website, graphic design, digital marketing and small business printing package.
Where original professional photography is required on our client sites, we work with the award winning Loughrea based photographer David Ruffles (see davidruffles.ie) and have negotiated the best rates possible for our clients. Some of David’s work on our websites include photo shoots for :
- Galway Citypoint Apartments (Interiors and Exterior Shots)
- The Western Hotel Galway (Interiors and Exterior Shots)
- McSwiggan’s Café Bar and Restaurant Galway (Interior, Exterior, Food and People)
- The Western Restaurant Galway (Interiors and Food)
- Tynagh Networks Loughrea (Equipment, Products)
Professional licensed and royalty free stock photography - finding the perfect image for you!
We source and licence professional stock photography for your website from the major stock agencies like Getty, Bigstock, iStock etc and pass the savings of our accounts with these services on to you. At least as importantly, by using properly licensed images, we ensure our clients do not run in to problems and potentially very expensive lawsuits that may arise where clients unknowingly re-use an image (perhaps an image they just Googled or saw on another site and saved) without having the appropriate licence for use on their website. Getty in particular will not fail to pursue any infringement of their stringent licensing to the fullest extent!