In a previous post, J & J Studios revealed five ways to use images in print marketing materials. However, though print marketing is still important today, there is another type of marketing that is more important: digital. Digital marketing uses technological platforms, especially the internet, in order to promote products and services. In this article, J &
So, you’ve hired J & J Studios to take pictures of your food, drinks, business, etc. But what should you do with the resulting 100 images? You can utilize the images you’ll receive from J & J Studios’ one-hour session in multiple ways. In this article we’ll discuss a few of them, under the larger umbrella of
J & J Studios has an exciting new prospect for local food businesses. We’re offering a subscription service for an hour of photography coverage and 100 images per month for restaurants and other food businesses near Lafayette Hill, PA. Read on for more details about this affordable new food business photography subscription service! Pricing and What's Included This new
There are no rules when it comes to tying the knot with the love of your life. In the world of the, we’ve seen so many brides ditch traditional weddings for intimate ceremonies or better yet romantic elopements. If you’ve decided to host your nuptials at City Hall in Philadelphia or another beautiful location in the area
Want epic wedding pictures? Oftentimes, this aspect of the wedding planning process is overlooked. These photos will live on well after your big day and you only get one chance to nail them. While the most stunning wedding photos may look effortless, no doubt a great deal of time and planning went into producing such amazing visuals.
Custom Luxury Photo Albums While it’s lovely to be able to access the photographs taken at your wedding, engagement, birth announcement, or any other momentous life event from your devices at any and all times, sometimes you want to hold something physical in your hands as you remember those special life events. There’s also the reality that sometimes