Welcome to our first episode of “What Not To Use”: Destination Marketing Photography Edition.
“Boy, this party really died.”
Guy in the tie: your hands say, I’m weighing an important decision, but your mouth indicates that you didn’t attempt to even have a fictitious dialogue with your motley crew of randoms during this awful stock photo sesh. Oh, and your tie says proud alumnus of my college a Cappella group, Tenor Loving Care.
“If you build it, they will come. Just be sure it’s built.”
“We have a great array of minimalist artists…”
“What city is this? Chernobyl?”
“Where are all of the people? Place must have a roach sitch…”
“An outdoor meeting space shortly after an alien abduction.”
“I should move,” her face seems to say.
“Wow, fireworks. So what?” Fireworks are great and all, but showing people enjoying them or with some type of distinctive feature of the city in the foreground or background is best.”
“Welcome to Any Mountains, USA.”
“Andrew is the resident Wild Card at Digital Edge, lending his hand to general jobbing that includes pre and post production for film, motion graphics, interactive media and, when he’s feeling spritely, copywriting for the Digital Edge blog.”