AAPI Event Photography Project

I attended the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) annual convention in Orlando, Florida in 2015 for the purpose of shooting event photography. The event included a cocktail mixer and dinner in the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown, Orlando, along with a number of prominent speakers. I produced dozens of usable images from this shoot of the attendees and speakers in just two short hours of work.

Dr Phillips Center

AAPI Gala Event

Dr. P. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Downtown Orlando, Florida

What’s the ROI of custom photography?

The return on investment for custom photography is substantial and can continue to pay dividends for months or even years. Hiring a photographer for custom photography can actually save you money over using stock photography! When you consider the investment made for a project like this, you can actually get more for your money than from stock photography.

In addition to a cost savings, the images produced from a custom photo shoot can be used for months or longer on your website, social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram or Pinterest and provide a high degree of relevance to your potential customer.

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Are you looking for an Orlando event photographer?

I provide professional and efficient photography services to central Florida organizations and individuals. In just a few short hours, I can provide you with hi-resolution images of your event that you’re free to use in marketing promotions, social media or many other marketing and promotional purposes. Custom photography is always better than stock photos! Learn how I can help you expand your company’s photo library.

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