Looking to make something new and creative for the holidays? Look no further and take advantage of these top 5 photography trends and ideas!
The holiday season is the official season where we stress about the holiday marketing campaigns and we are constantly looking to make something creative and original. The truth is that it can be a very daunting task, especially if you cannot come with any ideas.
Every year, it is the same message, the same concept, and the same strategy. So, why not we make this year more innovative by creating an original holiday marketing campaign. Forget Christmas, Santa, snow or trees. Think outside the box and give your clients something authentic. Come up with a new approach to holiday marketing.
In this article, we are going to present you top 10 photography trends and ideas you can use for your holiday marketing:
- Intimacy – The today’s improvements of technology can make anyone a professional photographer overnight. By capturing intimacy in everyday life can give you something you can relate to. Emotions, routines, and festivities are moments we need to celebrate. They are all worth zooming in on.
- Handmade – The truth is that the mass produced products and symbols of Christmas and New Year are overrated and sometimes boring. The trend nowadays is to find unique and original products and explain how they are made. Embracing handmade gifts is an interesting concept you can use.
- Don’t Forget Your Furry Friends – You simply cannot allow yourself to forget your furry friends. Yes, we are talking about the dogs. You can never go wrong if you include dogs in your holiday marketing campaign.
- Quirky Illustrations – If you cannot think of something creative or unique, what not give illustrations a try? We can ensure you that everyone can appreciate a talented artist and the quirky illustrations are just another way to promote the happy mood or feature the essence of your holiday marketing campaign.
- Attention to Details – You should know that some of the greatest pleasures in life are in the details. Try something new this year and instead of being literal with your holiday marketing campaigns, find something to focus on that presents the happy spirit of the holidays and demonstrates a story with the biggest picture in the background.
We hope these tips are going to help you make something beautiful and original!
— Isabella Foreman (@isabfore34) 8 de marzo de 2017